The acid attacker ‘El Melillero’ had GPS monitoring units put in within the victims’ vehicles

El Melillero at the time of his arrest

GUARDIA CIVIL discovered that ‘El Melillero’ had placed GPS tracking devices in the cars of his ex-girlfriend and her girlfriend.

Jose Arcadio D. N, better known as “El Melillero”, was the alleged perpetrator of an acid attack on his ex-girlfriend and a friend of hers in Cartama, Malaga in mid-January and was arrested after 72 hours on the run from the authorities. He was later remanded in prison and is now serving time for an attack on a former partner.

The two acid attack victims both said they felt like they were being followed and that they were being watched, but they had no evidence of this.

According to the local Spanish daily Diario Sur, he was obsessed with Sandra, his ex, and it has now been confirmed that he was following her and her best friend at all times.

The Guardia Civil inspected the vehicle in which they were attacked, which belonged to their friend, and found a GPS tracking device. An identical tracker was found in Sandra’s car.

Two of his accomplices have also been taken into custody while the two victims are still in serious condition from acid burns.

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