Three Georgian natives detained in Portugal for alleged mob ties
The detainees had their own workshop, where they practiced picking complex locks.
In Porto, Portugal, police detained three Georgian citizens suspected of having links with criminal gangs in Eastern Europe, Imedi reported.
According to the investigators, the detainees had a workshop in the city of Vila Nova de Gaia, where they practiced picking complex locks. The investigators believe that the suspects robbed at least 12 apartments in Porto district over five months. The burglars stole money, jewels, and safes.