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The robbery in Montesilvano (Pescara): the wife and daughter of De Cecco were also in the house, who was forced to hand over precious jewels and watches
Robbery, last night, in the villa of Saturnino DeCeccoa member of the family that owns the pasta factory.
They were the ones who entered the house four bandits – armed and with covered faces – who, having entered the house, in the hilly area of Montesilvanoin the Abruzzo province of Pescara, they locked the entrepreneur’s wife and 5-year-old daughter in the kitchen and forced the man to open the safe, to then take possession of fine jewels and watches. The robbers then fled with the loot.
Twenty minutes of terror
Once the loot was looted, the criminals managed to escape outside the villa, where a fifth accomplice was waiting for them with the car engine already running.
The robbery lasted approximately 20 minutes: and for the De Cecco family they were moments of pure terror: from the gate of the villa, in fact, De Cecco’s wife and daughter threatened with weapons.
The bandits dragged the two inside the villa and then locked them in the kitchen.
The carabinieri of the Montesilvano company intervened on the spot, who are investigating the dynamics and carried out the findings to shed light on what happened.CopyAMP code.
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January 24, 2023 ( edit January 24, 2023 | 2:24 pm)
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