- The horrific incident was captured on security cameras in the store in Bogota
- Fray Vicente Ardila Velázquez was off duty when he followed his wife from home
- His wife, Angie Katerine Herrera, had visited the supermarket after they fell out
- Security cameras capture him swiping a knife from behind the store’s counter
A policeman accused of stabbing his pregnant wife to death in a frenzied attack at a busy supermarket was caught swiping the knife from behind the store’s counter.
The incident was captured on the security cameras of the store in the Colombian capital city of Bogota.
Fray Vicente Ardila Velázquez is seen throwing other women around the store to which he followed his wife because they had fallen out earlier in the day.
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Angie Katerine Herrera and Fray Vicente Ardila Velázquez – the man named as her attacker
The victim, named as Angie Katerine Herrera, was killed in a frenzied attack in Columbia
The man, named as Angie Katerine Herrera’s husband, is captured with a knife in his hand
A woman is thrown to the ground inside the supermarket in the Colombian capital of Bogota
The policeman had followed his wife (pictured) to the supermarket in the Tunjuelito area
The police officer, whose name has not been officially released, then ran from the store leaving his wife, Angie Katerine Herrera, for dead.
But he was grabbed by eyewitnesses and passersby who held him until police officers arrived to arrest him.
The policeman had followed his wife to the supermarket in the Tunjuelito area of the city after they argued at home earlier that day.
Friends and neighbours said the couple had not been getting on well for some weeks.
The police officer, who was on leave, is being held in police custody and faces murder charges.
Bogota was considered one of the most violent cities in the world in the 1990s but is much improved following a ban on carrying guns in public.