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Seven suspects who were arrested in connection with an attempted robbery at a jewelry store in Texas have identified themselves as Mexican nationals.
The men were arraigned in court on Monday afternoon after they allegedly tried to rob the store at the La Plaza Mall in McAllen on Saturday. Mallgoers initially misconstrued their breaking the glass cases as gunfire, sparking a panic throughout the building.
The article goes on to state the following:
Zepeda Abner Posos, 24; Alberto Rafael Barrera, 32; Brayan Oliver Melchor, 23; and Javier Leobardo Olvera-Ramirez, 22, were each charged with aggravated robbery and received a $200,000 bond, according to KRGV.
#UPDATE: Here are the 7 #Mexican suspects of the botched jewelry #heist at #LaPlazaMall in #McAllen Saturday. Ages range from 22-43. Charged w/ aggravated robbery; 5 of them accused of providing false names. No firearms used. No injuries. #Mall statement attached. #Texas #border pic.twitter.com/sviRYYYbyU
— Oscar Margain (@OscarBorderTeam) July 30, 2018
#WATCH: Surveillance footage circulating online shows the alleged bandits storming a mall jewelry store at #McAllen’s #LaPlaza #Mall Saturday. Not yet clear who leaked the video. #botched #heist #robbery #Texas #border pic.twitter.com/tL4Lr77jTO
— Oscar Margain (@OscarBorderTeam) July 29, 2018
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