Arrest made for abduction, deaths of three Ecuador press staff

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BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) – Authorities in Colombia have arrested an extra individual for the kidnapping of three Ecuadorean press staff who investigators say had been killed by a dissident band of leftist rebels.

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Police introduced the seize of Gustavo Angulo Arboleda on Wednesday and stated he was accountable for stopping the car carrying a reporter and photographer together with their driver.

The suspect is understood by his alias “Cherry” and is taken into account a confidante of Walter Arizala, the chief of a gaggle of guerrillas.

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Officers say Arizala’s group can be accountable for the current killing of three Colombian judicial investigators alongside the tumultuous southern border with Ecuador.

Investigators consider the El Comercio staff had been kidnapped in Ecuador and transported by rebels into Colombia.

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Colombian authorities have made a number of arrests, however Arizala himself stays at giant.


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