A father and son, who pretended to be a worker, attempted to steal a Kawasaki exhibited at the two-wheel fair that had just ended at Rho Fiera.
A father and son attempted to steal a Kawasaki displayed at Eicma, the two-wheel fair that has just ended at Rho Fiera.
The son had pretended to be a worker responsible for recovering the exhibited motorbikes
However, the two were discovered and reported for aggravated theft. According to what was reported by the carabinieri, it concerns a 55-year-old man and his eighteen-year-old son, who had pretended to be a worker, yesterday morning at 9.30, queuing up behind some laborers who were recovering the motorbikes at the stand of the Japanese company, which had some present at Eicma almost 60.
The motorbike found inside a van with German license plate
Three of the four workers who showed up were real, while for the fourth motorbike, which was not on the transport note, a search began throughout the Fair, after the police had blocked the entrances. An hour later, at Cargo number 3, the motorbike, a Kx 250x, worth around 11 thousand euros, was found inside a van with a German license plate, on which there were also a father and son, of Slovenian origins and German nationality.