Polícia prende quatro homens por morte de motorista de app em Tremembé, SP

Motorista de aplicativo Márcio Gatti foi encontrado morto na tarde do dia 5, em Tremembé — Foto: Arquivo pessoal
Foto: Arquivo pessoal

Quatro homens foram presos suspeitos de envolvimento no assassinato de um motorista de aplicativo no bairro Jardim Maracaibo em Tremembé (SP).

As prisões aconteceram nesta terça (16) e quinta-feira (18) após investigações da Polícia Civil. O mandante do crime segue foragido.

O corpo do motorista Márcio Gatti foi encontrado no dia 5 de fevereiro após a família denunciar o sumiço dele após fazer uma corrida.

A vítima foi encontrada morta dentro de um um lago no final da rua Oitenta e Sete, com diversas facadas pelo corpo.

Investigação

A polícia chegou até os suspeitos após acessar o rastreamento do veículo da vítima. Os policiais monitoraram todo trajeto do veículo no dia do desaparecimento.

Após dias de buscas e investigações, a polícia identificou dois irmãos como suspeitos de envolvimento no crime. O jovem de 18 anos e um homem de 30 foram presos na terça-feira (16) em Caçapava. O mais velho já tinha passagens por roubo, furto e receptação.

Próximo à residência dos dois criminosos, também foram encontradas partes do veículo da vítima, identificado pela numeração do motor. O carro foi picado e jogado no Rio Paraíba do Sul.

O veículo foi encontrado no rio Paraíba do Sul, próximo à casa dos presos — Foto: Divulgação/DEIC Taubaté
Foto: Divulgação/DEIC Taubaté

Depois do interrogatório da dupla, os policiais identificaram mais dois suspeitos do crime, que foram presos na manhã desta quinta-feira – dois jovens de 19 e 20 anos – em Caçapava.

Os presos também confirmaram a participação de mais uma pessoa, que foi apontada como mandante do crime. O homem, de 35 anos, teria pago a quantia de R$ 1.500 aos quatro criminosos para que Márcio fosse assassinado. De acordo com eles, a vítima mantinha um relacionamento amoroso com a esposa do mandante e isso teria motivado o crime.

Os presos permaneceram à disposição da Justiça, enquanto esse quinto indivíduo continua foragido.

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