I (Almost) Got Away With It
Police say a baby, believed to be only a few days old, was found abandoned in a dumpster in the southewestern city of Kalamata on Wednesday morning.
Reports said the baby, which was placed inside a paper bag, was found around 6.40 a.m. by a woman who heard crying as she was about to throw garbage into the trash container. The woman immediately called the police.
Тhieves robbed a jewelry store on Al.Stamboliyski Blvd. in Sofia. The thieves have left with valuables worth over BGN 15,000, BNR reported.
The shop assistant explained to the police that several people had entered the store at the same time, and two of them asked her to show them some of the jewels displayed. Meanwhile, their accomplices managed to steal jewelry for over BGN 15,000.
Police in northern Greece on Wednesday were seeking a 51-year-old foreign inmate of the Nigrita Prison who failed to return to the penitentiary on Tuesday, when his furlough expired.
The inmate, who had received a six-day prison leave, is serving a sentence for forming a criminal gang and violating immigration law.
Police on Tuesday were looking for the perpetrators of a robbery in the northern Athens suburb of Aghia Paraskevi that involved a car being driven through the front window of an electronics store.
The incident, which is the latest in a spate of such "crash-and-grab" robberies, took place at around 4 a.m. at a store on central Mesogeion Avenue.
A secondary school pupil from the area of Mesara, near the port of Irakleio, Crete, who pulled out a gun on the school premises on Wednesday, appeared before a prosecutor on Thursday.
The local police, who were notified immediately by school staff, found the gun near the school and established that it was fake.
Authorities in Athens are seeking the perpetrators behind a robbery in which a car were used to smash through the front windows of an electronics shop before the premises were looted.
The unidentified robbers drove a car through a store in the district of Peristeri, west of central Athens, at around 3:30 a.m. on Tuesday morning, before grabbing valuable items.