Mess with drug trafficking
That is the version that the authorities have in their sights on the causes for which a gunman had the mission to assassinate Yaneth Clarisa Castrillón Guevara, but in the middle of the bullet attack, her brother Gabriel Ernesto came out to defend her and also ended up dead .
At 9:26 a.m. the security cameras that Gabriel Ernesto installed on 18E avenue and 19N street, in the Nice neighborhood, recorded the moment when a motor vehicle attacked the pair of brothers.
As it was known, in the images it is seen when a gunman with a slim build came to the remittance and money transfer establishment, where a bank correspondent also works, which is owned by Yaneth.
Witnesses assured that the murderer came directly to attack Yaneth Castrillón with a bullet, hitting her seven times with a firearm, leaving her lying on the ground.
In the middle of the attack Gabriel Ernesto came out and also took out a firearm and used it against the hit man, but he could not hit him, however, he did receive three bullets that left him dying next to his older sister.
Meanwhile, the gunman fled in the company of his accomplice who waited for him meters ahead on a KLR 650 motorcycle.
Yaneth, 38, and Gabriel, 33, were helped and taken to the Erasmus Meoz University Hospital, but unfortunately they died.
Minutes later, at the place that was cordoned off by the patrols of the Metropolitan Police of Cúcuta (Mecuc), relatives and friends of the brothers arrived.
Members of the Inter-Institutional Homicide Brigade (Brinho) also arrived at the crime scene and were in charge of inspecting the crime scene.