The carabinieri identified the hideout he was using Matteo Messina Denaro, the leader of Cosa Nostra who was arrested yesterday, Monday, in Palermo, Sicily. The hideout is located in the village of Campobello, on the outskirts of the Sicilian city of Trapani and only 8 kilometers from Castelvetrano, the village from which the arch-mafioso comes.
At this time, specially trained teams of carabinieri are continuing their investigations to determine if there are valuable documents and evidence in the place where Messina Denaro was hidingwhich should concern the 30 years during which he remained fugitive and the number one wanted man on the list of mobsters. The raid started last night and is still not over.
According to the first information transmitted by the Athens News Agency, expensive furniture, costumes and perfumes were found.
Source: News Beast
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