An Italian citizen and a Venezuelan were arrested for sexually abusing three 11-year-old girls in Cartagena de India, Colombia

The defendants did not accept responsibility for the charges of crimes of aggravated sexual abuse with a minor under 14 years of age.

This Friday, he learned about the capture of an Italian citizen and a Venezuelan citizen, accused of sexually abusing three 11-year-old girls in the city of Cartagena de Indias, in the Colombian Caribbean, reported the Prosecutor’s Office of this country through Twitter.

“We have solved another aberrational case involving a sexual assault against children and adolescents. The events occurred in Cartagena de Indias, and two foreign citizens were linked to sexually abusing three 11-year-old minors,” said Attorney General Francisco Barbosa.

According to the Colombian authorities, the victims disappeared on November 21 in a popular area of ​​Cartagena, in La Boquilla, and appeared the next day abandoned in the historic center of the city, with signs of sexual violence.

These subjects were identified as the Italian Dairo Lavoratori and the Venezuelan Luis José Córdova Martínez.

The Prosecutor’s Office established with evidence that the Italian took them home “and subjected them to different sexual activities in the company of one of his workers of Venezuelan nationality.”

After their capture, the defendants did not accept their responsibility for the crimes of abusive carnal access with a minor under 14 years of age and aggravated sexual act with a minor under 14 years of age.

“Sufficient elements of evidence and technical evidence allowed us to establish that the minors were deceived by an Italian citizen who took them home and subjected them to different sexual activities in the company of one of his workers of Venezuelan nationality,” said the Prosecutor’s Office in Twitter.