Georgian citizens detained in Grece for house robberies
The Greek police have detained a group of 9 Georgian citizens, including one woman, for the creation of ‘criminal groups’ and house robberies in Athens.
According to local media reports, Greek law enforcements had been monitoring the suspects for three years. They robbed 31 houses in Athens.
The Greek police say that the members of the ‘criminal group’ received information about the houses mainly from domestic workers.
The investigation found that the detainees had a ‘skeleton key’ that made it easy to open locked doors.
Police seized three cars, jewellery, cell phones, computers and cash (about $6,500), Agenda.ge reported.