He looked out from the balcony, took aim with a plummet gun aiming at the parked cars and fired, damaging two cars. The “gunman“entered the opera on Sunday afternoon alarming the residents of the San Paolo area frightened by the sound of the shots heard in broad daylight. The carabinieri then reconstructed the incident who identified the man who shortly before had targeted the cars parked in the street.
In particular, it was the carabinieri of the Roma San Paolo station who intervened in via Colossi. On the spot, the Arma soldiers found two damaged parked cars: the first with two holes in the rear window and the second with as many ‘holes’ on the glass roof. Four plumbers in the cars, then seized by the carabinieri.
After listening to some witnesses, the military then identified the balcony of the “gunman” in Via Colossi itself. When they arrived outside the apartment to open the door, they found the owner of the house, a 40-year-old Roman.
The “murder weapon” was then found in the house, an electric soft air pistol with charger, seized together with other sinkers found in the apartment. The man was instead reported for “aggravated damage”.