Albanian theft gang of 27 members leaded by a 35-year old female demolished in Athens

Albanian theft gang of 27 members leaded by a 35-year old female demolished in Athens

 New details have been published by the Greek media regarding the investigative file of Greek authorities about the gang of Albanians who stole citizens at the subway stations of the bus and at the airport in Athens.

The group leader was a 35-year-old Albanian female named Romina or Tonia and an 32-year-old Albanian named Albert.

The band consisting of 31 people of whom 27 were Albanians entered the crowds of people waiting in subway stations in the Greek capital and stealing to them valuable items and wallets.

Albanian theft gang of 27 members leaded by a 35-year old female demolished in Athens

The media have released screens of security cameras, where gang members appear to behave as if they do not know each other and mix with the crowd.

In the investigative file of Greece it is said that this band has been operating for 10 years and is believed to have committed over 4,000 theft, while only 700 have been documented. All members have begun the "career" of theft since the age of 18. Some of them have been arrested in the past for robbery.

Albanian theft gang of 27 members leaded by a 35-year old female demolished in Athens

Also, some of the stolen objects, mainly mobile phones and computers, were sent and sold in Albania at a certain fee.

Some of the gang members whose identity is made public are:

-Enkeljon alias Enea Velaj from, Fier

-Elton Selimi

-Armand Manaj from, Fier

-Fatmira C.

-Emal Malasi 39 years old from Tepelena

-Elton Malasi 33 years old from Tepelena

-Oklend Berberi from Delvina/Oculus News

Albanian theft gang of 27 members leaded by a 35-year old female demolished in Athens Albanian theft gang of 27 members leaded by a 35-year old female demolished in Athens Wednesday, September 20, 2017 Rating: 5
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