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Toxic Crow retrieves the jewelry that were stolen in New York

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic – Nine months later it took the police of the city of New York to recover the clothes of the urban exponent Toxic Crow, who was robbed by two criminals in that city when he was with his wife the singer also the Insuperable and his brother Dani Punto Rojo.

In a video shared by the Cotorra Machine on their social networks, this visibly moved and surprised, gave details of the recovery of its three chains.

“I see it and I do not believe it. About seven or eight months ago. I want to thank the Department of the United States, here, Steven, who is the policeman and detective who took charge of the case and followed me up, “he said.

He immediately added that he showed the garments to the camera that “is incredible, I did not think that they would recover all the garments,” he noted.

He argued that the chains of his brother Dani Punto Rojo, who on the day of the robbery was also shot in the man were not recovered.

“Unfortunately they could not recover, because surely they were split in action”, established the music producer.

“Those people really struggle, that was a dream come true. I did not think they were going to recover that, and they are examples to follow “.

Toxic added that the two thieves, whom he persecuted during the robbery that occurred in September of last year, will have to face a sentence of about thirty and 17 years in prison, which is a lot for the action they executed.

“This that serves as an example to the youth, is not where the achievements are,” concluded the father of three girls.

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