The weapon that was stolen from the Marechaussee, which was attacked on the Victoriei Square rally on 10 August, was recovered in the Ilfov district, the Supreme Court of Cassation and Justice (PJCCJ).
"After the ongoing criminal prosecution conducted by prosecutors in the prosecutor's office at the Bucharest Tribunal, together with the Bucharest General Police Director, was recovered in Ilfov County, a while ago the gun was stolen during the events violent events that took place on 10.08 .2018 on the occasion of the Victory Square demonstration in Bucharest, "the public prosecutor's office attached to the Supreme Court of Cassation and Justice (PICCJ) announced in a press release issued by MEDIAFAX.
The announcement was initially made by the City Police, but without mentioning where the weapon was found. "After the ongoing activities of the PTB and DGPMB, it quickly succeeded in restoring the gun that had been stolen from the perpetrator's gendarme on the evening of August 10," said the police representatives of the capital.
Then the Bucharest police said that the weapon was found in the Petrechioaia area in the province of Ilfov.
On Sunday evening, Minister of Internal Affairs Carmen Dan announced that the information it holds is very likely that the stolen weapon of the murdered gendarmer is recovered. "There are indications, but it would be a big mistake for me." "I am devoting myself here." He has operative procedures for managing the police, and from the information they have, there are very good chances to repair the weapon. " Carmen Dan on Antena 3.
The magistrates of the court last week ordered the arrest of a 32-year-old man who was suspected of having stolen the gun of the gendarmerie in the protest of 10 August. He did not recognize his actions for prosecutors, they said, for MEDIAFAX, sources close to the investigation.
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FLORY and BIANCA DRAGUSANU