The folders, from old cases with locker thefts, Security police are now opening, in an attempt to find an edge in the recent theft of lockers at a bank branch in Psychiko.
In fact, according to excellent cross-referenced information of newsit.gr, the police stand in a case that comes from the past and seems to have many similarities with the big theft in Psychiko. In fact, in this case as well, it seems that the perpetrators had followed an almost identical methodology with the one used by the perpetrators at the Psychiko branch..
The diary showed 2009, when at a branch of a large Greek bank in Kaisariani, found by a customer, that her locker had been breached and jewelry and items of great value had been stolen. In fact, the box did not show any signs of violation.
Other customers followed, notified by the bank to check their lockers, resulting in finding that at least 6 lockers had been breached by the same method.
Panic ensued, as it was ascertained by the police officers who rushed to the spot the bank branch did not show any signs of burglary, especially in the lockers that had been opened in a masterful and professional way.
The first move made by the police of the Department of Robberies and Burglars of the Attica Security was to take in their hands the book of box owners, which also showed the visits made during the period in question by the owners to the basement with the lockers.
The experienced police officers of the Burglars stood after a thorough search of the owners' book on a person and specifically a man from the country of the Balkan box renter, who had visited the branch on a specific date and even with a gentleman, who appeared as an appraiser, for some jewelry that the tenant owned in the locker.
The police immediately realized that something was wrong and tried to locate the foreigner, who had given real details about renting the locker, but he had rented it out, as well as the house in which he lived, in an area of the center of Athens.
Nevertheless, the investigations did not stop, as they had sufficient information to search for the… "appraiser" that the foreigner had with him on the day in question when they visited the bank branch.
Finally after months of research, managed to locate the "appraiser" and bring him to their service for deposit.
The preliminary investigation had revealed at that time the guilt of the "appraiser" in the great theft that was finally proved to have been set up with a satanic trick by his accomplice., but which had become "smoke", as he had probably fled to his country, having with him a large part of the loot.
The accomplice of the "appraiser" had rented a box with the real details in the specific branch, resulting in possession of the key. With this key in hand, managed to make a passe-partout that eventually turned out to work satisfactorily, as with this he managed to open the lockers, after first of course he had made a second passport to replace the employee key in the department with the lockers.
The foreigner had been arrested and had served a prison sentence, while his accomplice and tenant of the locker was never found. According to the information of newsit.gr, the foreign "appraiser" after serving part of his sentence, he has been released from prison for a year and a half and is now free.
So this theft seems to be leading the Security investigations, as it has been revealed the most probable are the perpetrators of the big theft in the bank of Psychiko, rent boxes with their real details so that they have direct access to the space and finally pick up a small treasure from four boxes, which belonged to famous ladies of Athens. In short, the perpetrators of the theft in Psychiko used the same methodology, with the one followed by the perpetrators at the Kaisariani branch 2009.
In fact, the police officers who have undertaken the investigation for the theft in Psychiko, except that they consider it certain that the perpetrators had good, perhaps internal information, carefully investigate a fact. How the perpetrators managed to create pass keys to open the lockers, without their act being immediately perceived.