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Molfetta, donna rapinata mentre si recava in banca a depositare del denaro
27 marzo 2009

MOLFETTA - Rapinata in pieno centro mentre si recava a versare del denaro alla filiale della Popolare di Bari, in piazza Garibaldi, nei pressi della villa comunale. E' accaduto questa mattina a Molfetta a una donna collaboratrice del titolare della Caffetteria Antica Roma. Verso le 10.30 la donna, prima di entrare nell'istituto di credito, è stata avvicinata da due uomini che l'hanno stordita con uno schiaffo e minacciata con un coltello e si sono fatti consegnare il denaro che aveva in borsa: circa 3.500 euro. Poi i due sono fuggiti riuscendo a far perdere le proprie tracce. La donna in preda allo choc è stata soccorsa da alcuni passanti che l'hanno tra portata al pronto soccorso dell'ospedale di Molfetta.
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