Supermarkets owned by demobilised rebels from the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) were looted in central Colombian city of Melgar on Monday. The situation quickly turned into a riot after a police intervention. People right across the regions of Cundinamarca and Tolima took advantage of a police investigation into ex-guerrillas Norberto, Uriel and Edna Mora Urrea — owners of... Еще the 60 supermarkets of the chains Supercundi, Merkandrea and Mercafusa — and started looting. Shelves were emptied before mounted police and tear gas eventually restored order. The brothers were apparently using the supermarkets to supply guerrillas and as a money laundering scheme. Colombian authorities seized assets valued at 650 billion pesos ($230 million; €186 million), none of which had been declared as part of the peace agreement between FARC and the Colombian government in 2016.