Halkidiki: Woman arrested for stealing €600,000 from a jewellery store

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A 25-year-old woman was identified by the police for robbing a jewellery store and a house in Halkidiki - both robberies resulted in over €600,000 worth of goods being stolen!

According to Proto Thema, at the beginning of November, the woman broke into a jewellery store and removed goods worth approximately €600,000 and €350 in cash. On the same day, she also tried unsuccessfully to break into the home of the owner of the jewellery store.

However, according to the police, she managed to break into the same house on November 17, where she took jewellery and money, with a total value of €1,100.

The 25-year-old woman was located in western Thessaloniki, where the police found in her possession a key from the house she robbed. In a subsequent search of her home, keys were found and confiscated, including a lock for the jewellery store, as well as a remote control for the store's metal security roller.

From the police investigation, it was found that the alleged perpetrator, in order to launder proceeds from criminal activity, paid an amount of €11,000 for the purchase of a vehicle, which was located and confiscated.

A case file was filed against her for the offenses of grand theft, theft and money laundering. The criminal case file will be submitted to the prosecutor

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