(ANSA) – BARI, 07 JUN – The body of Carlo Giannini, the 34-year-old Italian stabbed to death in Sheffield, Great Britain, on the night between 11 and 12 May last arrived in Rome this morning. The coffin will be transferred tomorrow to Mesagne, in the province of Brindisi, the victim’s city of origin, where the funeral home will be set up in the ‘Mater domini’ sanctuary from 3 pm and the funeral will be celebrated at 5 pm. The lifeless body of the Apulian pizza chef was found in a green area of the English city by a passer-by at 5 am on 12 May. For the death of Giannini in recent weeks two young men aged 18 and 17 were arrested by the English police, both released on bail a few hours later. The investigative activity by the Sheffield police is still ongoing, and in fact, a few days ago several times ago the police made an appeal to anyone who was in the park area during that night, to provide information on the incident. , also because the motive is still unknown. Giannini had been living abroad for several years.
After a first work experience in Northern Europe, in 2020 he opened a pizzeria in Germany, in Titisee-Neustadtm, near the Black Forest, with his brother and sister-in-law, ‘La Spiga D’Oro’. A few months ago he had decided to move to Sheffield. Here he worked in a pizzeria located about five kilometers from the park where he was killed. (HANDLE).
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