(ANSA) – MILAN, 01 AUG – Bad adventure for the former Northern League minister Giancarlo Pagliarini, in the past also a senator and councilor of the Municipality of Milan. A few days ago, on his return from Liguria, where he moved after the death of his wife Sonia, in fact, he was robbed of two bags containing documents and three PCs.
“I went back to my home in Milan for the tax return – he told ANSA – I got out of the car and opened the front door, when I returned my belongings were gone”. Pagliarini went to “a police station to file a complaint” and once he got out of his cell phone he realized that he had identified one of the stolen devices via the app.
However, this did not help him much. He phoned the police “to whom I told I could locate where my things were”, but “they told me they couldn’t do anything about it” and that “I would have to go and that, once I found the exact address, I would had to call 112 again. “
What the former exponent of the League did, arriving around 11 pm in the peripheral area where the GPS signal guided him.
Then he called 112 and “the carabinieri arrived, but unfortunately at that point the thieves had already turned off the devices”.
“I was really surprised by the reaction to the first call, to send me instead of going to them – he commented -, honestly I find it unacceptable”. (HANDLE).
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