VALENCIA, May 2. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The Valencia Civil Guard has arrested a man who allegedly falsified a sale of five cars to three different people for an amount of more than 80,000 euros.
The 'Bepamo' operation began with a complaint from a woman, a resident of Benetússer, who had bought a car from the alleged author. To formalize the purchase, she made a transfer of 4,500 euros, but she never obtained the vehicle, explains the Benemérita in a statement.
Subsequently, the same operation was repeated with two men, based in Alcàsser. The first paid 15,000 euros for a vehicle and, after payment, did not acquire it, while the second made a transfer of 62,500 euros for three vans and the author did not deliver them.
The Civil Guard of Valencia began the search for the alleged perpetrator of the events and found him staying at a hotel in Cullera, for which he was arrested for fraud. This is a 43-year-old man, of Spanish nationality and a resident of Chiva, who had managed to transfer a total of 82,500 euros to his account.
The proceedings have been delivered to the Court of First Instance and Instruction Number 1 and 2 of Picassent.