Three thieves ‘nailed’ by Google maps

Three thieves ‘nailed’ by Google maps
Three thieves ‘nailed’ by Google maps

Google would nail them, but the defender is not there. The lawyer Massimo Cescutti has already announced an appeal against the sentence with which a 37-year-old man and two women of 33 and 42, all resident in Codroipo, were sentenced with the shortened rite to one year and four months of imprisonment each for theft.

The three were found guilty by judge Camilla Del Torre of the court of Udine of having stolen various foodstuffs in September 2019 in a supermarket in Lignano and two weeks later of having slipped 500 euros from the pocket of an 82-year-old from Latisana as soon as they were taken from the ATM. of a supermarket in viale Venezia in Udine. For the second theft, one of the two women allegedly pretended to be ill and the accomplice slipped the victim’s money out of her pocket while she helped the pretended sick. The three were recognized by the old woman in some photographs.

“My clients – explained the defender referring to the second offense – were inside the Fiera City at 11.36 and could not be in the other supermarket at 11.48. Based on the reconstruction of the movements made by the police based on Google, the three would have I could have covered the distance in eight to nine minutes, but it actually takes longer. The reconstruction cannot be corrected. “


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