Germany, 22 asylum seekers of Albanian origin Arrested


A group of 22 Albanian asylum seekers have been arrested in the city of Lingen, Germany, for robbing 40 houses. German media suggest that the Albanians lived in two houses in Lingen. Media suggest also that there are suspected 19 other citizes of unknown origin.

Those arrested vary from 19 to 38 years old, and lived in the "Friedrich Ebert" street. Three of them, aged 21, 23 and 38 years old, are the main suspects and accused of committing a number of thefts. The German police suspects that from mid-May to August, they robbed more than 40 homes in Lingen.

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