Ten cops have been captured in Colombia on doubt of contribution in the killing of three adolescents.
The three were shot dead while in police care in northern Sucre area on 25 July.
A police colonel, the most elevated positioning official thought for the situation, is on the run and remembered to be abroad.
Examiners say the cops had claimed that the young people were individuals from the Gulf Clan criminal gathering that had before given dead a cop.
Colombia has a dim history of “bogus up-sides” – cases in which regular folks were killed by the military and made look like radicals to support its kill rate.
A request tracked down last year that Colombia’s military killed in excess of 6,400 individuals somewhere in the range of 2002 and 2008 and erroneously marked them as foe warriors.
While most of “misleading up-sides” happened during the level of Colombia’s equipped clash with left-wing rebels – and were completed by the military as opposed to the police – the instance of the three adolescents has caused caution.
The active top of the nation’s police force, General Jorge Luis Vargas, said that any official viewed as capable would confront the full weight of the law.
Gen Vargas additionally requested that the police authority in Sucre region be suspended.
The three young people were confined not long after a 25-year-old cop, Diego Ruiz, was shot dead in a pastry kitchen by furnished men thought to have a place with the Gulf Clan.
During the quest for the shooters, police confined Jesús Díaz, José Arévalo and Carlos Ibáñez and removed them in a van.
Observers said the three were alive when they were placed into the rear of the van however a brief time frame later, when police took them to medical clinic in similar van, specialists pronounced them done for.
Clinical reports propose their bodies had supported numerous projectile injuries.
Family members of the young people, who were somewhere in the range of 18 and 26 years of age, said that the three had no association with the Gulf Clan.
Colombia’s new head of police, General Henry Sanabria, said an Interpol red notification had been given for the capture of Colonel Núñez, who he said was the fundamental suspect in the shooting.
Colonel Núñez left Colombia the day after the shooting and is believed to be in Mexico.