Venezuelan authorities found a police helicopter from which was fired at a building of the Supreme court in Caracas. About it reports TV channel Venezolana de Television.
As explained Vice-President of the Republic Tareq al-Aissami (Tareck El Aissami), a helicopter found in Northern Vargas state near the coast. The culprit Oscar Perez is not caught. “We’re looking for terrorists,” said El-Aissami.
Earlier on 28 June, the Minister of communication and information of Venezuela Ernesto Villegas said that the theft of the helicopter was associated with the CIA and the U.S. Embassy.
Oscar Perez June 28, stole a police helicopter that fired 15 bullets at the Supreme court building and threw four grenades at him. With the aircraft he also waved a flag with the inscription “Freedom”. Perez announced the deployment of ground and air operations in the country with the aim to “return power to the people and to restore constitutional order”. In a network there was video of the incident.
The unrest in the country due to severe economic crisis since the beginning of April, has killed 91 people.