(ANSA) – FLORENCE, MAY 22 – They passed through the sewers to enter a jewelry shop in the very central via Por Santa Maria in Florence, a stone’s throw from Ponte Vecchio, then raiding the precious items that were displayed in the shop windows. The safe would not have been opened. It is the blow, struck between last night and last night, and then discovered this morning around 10 at the reopening of the shop. Apparently everything seemed normal, no signs of forced entry, but raised the shutter, the clerk discovered what had happened: the windows were emptied and the sewer drain opened on the floor. The value of the stolen goods, according to a first estimate, would be around half a million euros. The investigations are conducted by the police, who intervened with the steering wheels, the mobile squad and the forensics.
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