As if they were demanding a skull on these Halloween parties, five men dressed as monks and attempted to attack the Bizarro jewel at Parque Tezontle, the Iztapalapa City Hall.
They used the fact that the space was crowded and thousands of people walked along the corridors with their children, Katrina and other fictitious characters to enter the shop with their hats in hammocks.
After joining the jewelry store, the subjects removed the tools and started breaking the facility's showcases.
The noise that was made when the glass was broken warned the guests who were in the restaurants and those who walked through the corridors so some were screamed and others were terrorized.
The security personnel were warned, and the police department of the Abasto Reforma sector secretary who were close to the place and immediately arrived.
According to jewelers, the five alleged criminals, after the uprising and arrival of soldiers, escaped from their place and left the hammers.
First they claimed that they did not buy jewels with them but have to wait for the installation to determine exactly whether there is a robbery or not.
Police report on the streets said the fake monks were on a motorcycle and then fled to the streets of the Central Federal Military Region without being able to occupy them.
After the violent act, some visitors reported on what happened on social networks.
It is not the first time that criminal groups have been dismembered by commercial spaces to break the showcases and seize the goods of great value; only in September last year, four armed men dressed in Plaza Galerias in Marina Nacional and fled on several motorbikes.
In the days before the trial, in Mexico, Donovan "N", the alleged leader of Banda de los Mazos, a forerunner of this criminal group who had digged jewelery in Mexico and arrested in the United States, Canada, Costa Rica, Uruguay, and France, was arrested in Mexico.