Insurers report 256 vehicles stolen during the capture of Ovidio Guzmán in Sinaloa

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After the operation carried out last Thursday, January 5, 2023 -known as “culiacanazo 2.0”- for the capture of Ovidio Guzmán López “The Mouse” son of Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman; the Mexican Association of Insurance Institutions (AMIS) reported that 256 stolen vehicles were reported in Culiacan, Sinaloa.

Insurers reported that among the total number are light vehicles, pickups and cargo transportation, of which 40 were burned. Just as 40% of the units were automobiles 36% Heavy equipment and 27% vans.

In accordance with Alice Roses General Director of the TO MY, “We still do not have the full impacts caused by the events of January 5 quantified, only general data. They would also have to analyze each of the cases and the claims, but what we know is that there was an interesting movement, since one in three thefts were pickups and heavy vehicles”.

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Although AMIS has not yet reported figures for the economic impact that caused the violence generated, recalled that this type of accidents if they are financially covered by insurers because they are thefts and the impact is assumed as ‘total loss’.

The insurers cover the damage, some were simply to be transported, others to block passage in the area and some burned, all of them are covered for the damage and the insurers immediately activated the protocols so that users could report the theftRoses said.

Among the AMIS data, they locate Sinaloa as one of the entities of the country where the major vehicle theft with violence with a frequency of 75.3%, followed by zacatecas Y Guerrero.

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“The figures that we began to receive on the day of the operation were complicated, but they began to be received as soon as the people suffered the dispossession”detailed Norma Alicia.

At the end of 2022, insurers reported 60 thousand 523 stolen vehicles throughout the country, which registered a 2.6% reduction compared to last year, but with an increase in robberies with violence.

On average they stole 166 vehicles per day in the last year, of which 55.11% were with the use of violence.

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Source: from NOTICIAS DE HOY on 2023-01-19 14:51:06

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