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Another Tumon purse-snatcher caught

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - Three men were taken into custody after they allegedly stole a purse from a female tourist near the Tumon Sands Plaza. Guam Police Department Spokesperson Officer A.J. Balajadia says the victim was walking along the sidewalk of Tumon Sands when the men ran behind her and allegedly grabbed her black Prada purse.  The victims were able to give the description of the men as well as the license plate number of the gray van they were driving.

Charged with robbery, conspiracy to commit robbery, criminal facilitation, theft by receiving stolen property and guilt established by complicity were Chiristian Cortez, Erickson Libut and Robin Bondoc. They were booked and confined.

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