Those sentenced are 21 and 18 years old. They killed a young man to take away his cell phone.
Two Venezuelans were sentenced to a penalty of 16 years and 6 months in prison for the murder of a young man in the middle of a robbery that occurred in the municipality of Tame, in the department of Arauca.
Colombian media reported that the conviction was achieved after a preliminary agreement endorsed by a judge, in which Jheison José Rodríguez and Anyerbert Josué González, aged 21 and 18 respectively, agreed to be responsible for the murder.
Blu Radio reported that the victim, Juan Daniel Mora, 18, an apprentice from the Colombian National Learning Service (Sena), was seriously wounded with a knife when resisting the theft of his cell phone.
The young man was a computer maintenance technician.
The condemned are being held in the cells of the Tame Police Station waiting to be transferred to a jail, added Blu Radio on Wednesday night 18-N.