The Community is holding a meeting with the Delegation of Government to call for extreme security in the area
The Directorate General of Industry and reinforced the security guards during the time that the station remains open, ensuring the safety of clients and staff
The double security system that tells the station Vehicle Inspection (ITV) Sewer and the fact that for months not leave anything of value in these facilities, or cash at the cash register, gave last night destroy a robbery attempt.
The Directorate General of Industry, under the Ministry of Universities, Business and Research, recently strengthened alarm systems with the hiring of a company of guards, which guarantees the safety of clients and own staff for as long as it remains open the public.
Despite the reinforcement of security alarms sounded Sewer ITV about two o'clock after an assault occur at the station that the Community has in the municipality.
In a few minutes, both the Police and the National Local people in the area to check the assault and try to stop the robbers, although they had already fled.
The Sewer ITV now has two alarm systems connected to a central security Autonomous Community and another belonging to a private monitoring.
In addition to these systems, the Director General of Industry, Pedro Jimenez, says that "it will increase security in an image recording circuit, and to strengthen in the coming days the perimeter fence and installation of doors and gates windows ".
Pedro Jimenez said that "for several months, ITV cash registers are empty at the end of each day and not leave anything of value within the facility."
Thus, it was intended to deter robbers who on this occasion have not been able to take anything of value with you.
More police and civil guard
Also, the regional government is planning to hold an upcoming meeting with the Delegation of the Government to call for extreme measures of security in the area and strengthen the number of patrols of the Guardia Civil and National Police comb usually around the ITV Sewer.
"The assailants tried to cut the high voltage power supply to avoid being recorded by the cameras, despite the high risk that this action involves electrocution," said the director general of Industry, Energy and Mines.
However, the attempt would have been in vain, for both security alarms have an autonomous power system does not require the mains supply to operate.
Pedro Jimenez said that "fortunately there was no injury to regret, as there is no staff working at night, so that only property damage have occurred barely quantified in thousand euros".