Two Venezuelan barbers were shot to death presumably by contract killers in the commercial center of the Fortul municipality in the border department of Arauca in Colombia.
Apparently it is about the Venezuelans Heyner Ramírez and Víctor Hernández, since the identification has not yet been confirmed by the Colombian authorities.
The Colombian national police seeks to determine if there is any relationship between the two acts of blood, since the victims exercised the same profession, since, as it has transpired, unofficially, they were barbers, says the media NewsCol.
In addition, officials are investigating whether these two crimes, although they happened separately, are related, since the victims were attacked while they were buying some groceries on Sunday, June 12.
As for the manner in which the homicides were perpetrated, the journalist Gonzalo Orduz de @Go_masnews, published that the events occurred when the clock marked approximately 8:00 at night.
At that time, the gunmen approached the first victim on Calle 7 with Carrera 17 in the Ramírez neighborhood in the central area of the aforementioned Araucanian municipality.
Apparently, without saying a word, one of them pulled out a firearm and shot him in the head, killing him instantly.
Everything points to the fact that in this case it was Heyner Ramírez, because according to reports, he left behind a minor child and at the time of the attack he was carrying a bag with diapers that were left next to his body.
Next, the murderers entered a supermarket, located on the same block as the sector. In that commercial premises, the other young barber was doing some shopping. At close range they ambushed him and fired repeatedly, leaving him dead instantly. It would be Víctor Hernández.
The president of the Special Commission to Investigate Crimes against Venezuelan Migrants of the National Assembly (AN), deputy Julio Chavez, points out that between 2016 and 2021, 611 environmentalists, 276 signatories of the peace agreements, 753 social leaders and 1.279 Venezuelan migrants.