The three men brought two seniors to nearly half a Million euros. One of the pensioners had stored gold bullion in the basement.
speech is silver, Silence is Gold. An old wisdom says. In the case of the trio, the Munich two seniors with money and gold bars to the value of almost half a Million euros, this is not true proverb, however. With four years and nine months in prison, Angelo B. was given the highest punishment by the eighth criminal chamber imposed - he had to weigh Only the Tatvorwürfen.
The 22-year-old Walter M., his father, Angelo, 39, and the 23-year-old Andriano K. hit on 6. March 2018, twice in Munich. They looked very old senior citizens to banks and shops, followed them to the door and gave himself as a police officer. They claimed that the apartment had been burglarized, an officer had to go inside and to the Right to see. A thief slipped into the apartment and staged a break-in traces. Then, he called the victim and asked where it had deposited the valuables. In this way, the seniors led the thieves directly to the prey.
In the case of a 90-Year-olds in Berg am Laim, they found a safe with gold bars and cash to the value of around 430 000 euros. An 89-year-old woman in Sendling they stole jewellery worth about 10 000 euros. The two young men acknowledged the deeds, and tried, the silent to relieve Angelo. Angelo B. received the highest prison sentence because of serious tape theft, his son, Walter M. was sentenced to three years and nine months, accomplice Andriano K. to two and a half years.