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Gun-waving robber holds up TV reporter, crew while filming in Ecuador

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A TV reporter and his crew were robbed while filming in Ecuador — with their footage capturing the shocking moment the armed robber pointed a handgun straight at them.

Soccer reporter Diego Ordinola shared video of the brazen gun-waving crook pouncing Friday afternoon as the DirecTV Sports crew filmed outside the Estadio Monumental stadium in Tarqui, Guayaquil.

“Telephone!” the armed robber shouted, pointing a handgun straight at Ordinola and swiping away the microphone he was using.

The thief, wearing a shirt and cap with his face covered by a mask, then raised his weapon to the camera operator, before grabbing a phone from someone just to the right of the shot.

The DirecTV Sports’ camera rolled throughout the robbery, and as they followed him after a pause — catching him being driven away on the back of a motorbike.

Journalist Diego Ordinola was reporting for DirecTV Sports when he was robbed at gunpoint outside the Isidro Romero Carbo Monumental Stadium.
Journalist Diego Ordinola was reporting for DirecTV Sports when he was robbed at gunpoint outside the Isidro Romero Carbo Monumental Stadium.
DirecTV

“We can’t even work in peace,” Ordinola wrote as he shared the clip, saying that police had “promised to find these criminals.”

His post was flooded with good wishes, as well as a number of people who used the footage to identify a possible plate number for the motorbike used for the escape. It was not immediately clear if there had been any arrests or there were any known suspects.

In a follow-up message thanking followers for their “messages of solidarity,” Ordinola wrote, “Let’s unite to eradicate crime in Ecuador.”

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