It is the worst being locked out of your property ,and we all know just how dangerous it can be while you’re locked out. One thing that you don’t think about is that it also dangerous for locksmiths to go into the unknown, and help people with their problems at all hours of the day/night. In Texas that was just the case for one locksmith on the job trying to help a “customer” get back into their property.
The incident which occurred on Tuesday April 18th, 2017 at 6am, and started when Mariah Gutierrez called a locksmith for help. She informed the locksmith that she needed help getting into her property on the 2500 block of South Presa . Once th
e locksmith arrived at the house he found more than he bargained for. Two men popped out and drew guns on the locksmith, with one pointing a green laser sight onto the locksmiths face. The locksmith thought he and Gutierrez were both being robbed until he heard the men say “let’s go” after the robbery to her, and she jumped in the locksmith’s car with them and fled.
The two robbers and Gutierrez were found shortly after using the stolen cell phone’s GPS from the locksmith to locate the vehicle. The 23 year old Mariah Gutierrez is charged with aggravated robbery, which is a first degree felony, and a misdemeanor theft charge. She is currently being held on a $56,000 bond at Bexa County Jail.
The story in this article really highlights the dangers people face when being locked out or in unfamiliar areas. It is not only dangerous for the people locked out, but the locksmiths called out to help these people that is why it’s always important to contact a reliable locksmith like C&S Lock & Security. At C&S Lock & Security we will get you back into your property fast and efficiently. If you’re in Arizona and someone you know, or yourself needs locksmith services call C&S Lock & Security, you’ll be happy you did!
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