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19 July 2014 | 11:55
A man finds his house destroyed by fire when came home
A man from Edinet town found his house in ruins when he returned home from abroad. His house was first robbed and then set on fire. The prejudice is estimated at about one million lei.
According to the General Police Inspectorate, 2 suspects aged 22 and 21 respectively were arrested.

During the investigation, they admitted that they stole everything they could steal, from computers to electrical screwdrivers, saws and toolkits. One of the suspects said that in order to hide the theft committed in the Edinet man’s home, they set the house on fire. The stolen items were sold at lower prices to different persons.

The culprits would face imprisonment. There were initiated 3 criminals cases for theft and for intentional property damage.

Also, the law bodies continue the investigation to elucidate conditions and involvement of suspects in similar offences.

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