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Repeat offender caught stealing during mass

Vico Equense, furto in chiesa: the ladro is the same arrested by the carabinieri due to the first days

Only two days had passed since the last arrest when the name of Francesco Sannino, a 29-year-old local already known to law enforcement, came up in the local news. We are in…

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Only two days had passed since the last arrest when the name of Francesco Sannino, a 29-year-old local already known to law enforcement, came up in the local news. We are in Vico Equense and the 29-year-old has made himself the protagonist of a daring escape on the Statale 145 Sorrentina. In this case, the carabinieri arrested him for aggravated theft and resisting a public agent. It took him a little less than 48 hours to catch up: it’s evening and mass is being celebrated in the church of Saints Ciro and Giovanni. Also among the faithful is the 29-year-old man who visibly underestimates the seventh commandment and scrutinizes the movements of those present. There is a woman engaged in prayer. The lady is 76 years old and, at this time, bows her head for the Eucharistic liturgy. The moment is captured by the 29-year-old young man who takes the woman’s bag from the bench and disappears. He thinks he has escaped and, after going down the steps of the church, heads towards the neighboring square. Unfortunately for him, there were the carabinieri from the local police station and the municipal police officers there. What betrayed him was precisely this bag worn over the shoulder. The 29-year-old man is searched and inside the bag money and documents from the 76-year-old man are found. The handcuffs click as the stolen goods are returned to the victim.

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