Georgian mafia leader detained in Greece
The gang headed by the detainee would rob apartments for two years.
Greek police have detained the leader of the local gang, a native of Georgia. According to the media, 38-year-old Georgian headed an OCG, which was robbing apartments in the south-eastern region of Attica, as well as in Athens. His name is not reported in the publication, however, he was called a thief in law.
It is known that the detention was conducted as part of a special operation. A total of three men and a woman were arrested. Greek police seized stolen items, as well as weapons and body armor, which the attackers used during the raids.
According to local media sources, the gang would rob apartments for two years. The total value of the stolen goods is estimated at €200 thousand.
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