Sunday, 19 September 2010

Gibraltar apologises to Spain for 'extremely serious' RGP police incident in San Roque

The Government of Gibraltar has apologised to its Spanish counterpart for the improper action of two Royal Gibraltar Police (RGP) officers who searched a house in La Línea and seized evidence without permission from the Spanish authorities. The matter is already under investigation by a Spanish judge at Court Number 2 in San Roque. The matter first came to light in the media on the front page of ABC (image) and was soon taken up by the press and television, although the incident itself took place on August 4 (as we reported here with information available at the time) when a jewelry shop owner was mugged as he was opening his store. Reports differ on what happened next, but from what we are able to gather the two men allegedly involved in the mugging, (See full story on CampoPulse)

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