A group of five Georgian citizens systematically raided Celje and Velenje.
Similarly, in March they broke into the Bishop's Loka area.
In Celje and Velenje, there were burglaries over three periods of time. The trio operated in August last year, the second trio (also comprised of the first group) before Christmas New Year. Most of the burglaries are reported by Georgians 33 and 45, who showed their criminal skills from January to March this year. In Celje, they broke into at least 14 apartments on Trubarjeva, Kajuhova, Malgajeva, Ljubljanska, Škapinova, Brick and Podjavorskova streets.
What did they take with them? Most notably cash and gold, they also smelled of men's suits, bags and cosmetics. The aforementioned burglaries caused property damage to citizens for around 80,000 euros, according to the Celje Police Directorate.
The crowd was trained. A well-organized crime group that has already made its mark in Turkey, Spain, Italy, Austria, Germany, France, Finland and more. As is appropriate, documents with different names were used in different countries.
How did they work in the Celje area? Only larger blocks were selected for targets. Police officers found a ticket with the names of several streets in Celje during one of the house searches. There were actually burglaries in these streets. It was clear to the police that he was not dealing with a dilettante, but that it was a deliberate act. Investigations have found that three Georgians committed burglaries solely by breaking the cylindrical lock inserts on the front door. The other two broke in with the help of a special burglary tool and a woolen thread.
“Professional” burglars have always made sure no one is home. Glue was applied to the door frame and the door leaf, which was almost imperceptible. If no one opened the door, the adhesive remained, which was a sign that the perpetrators were not home.
Barely visible thread
The two were released
Police officers investigated on February 25 with the arrest of three Georgian thieves, 33, 34 and 46 years old. He was remanded in custody against the 33-year-old, and released after being released by the Celje District Court. Clearly, they blew her out of the country, which is not the fault of the police. On March 2, police arrested another 33 and 45-year-old suspect. These two, however, sent the investigating judge into custody.
The burglaries have so offended five Georgians, but only three are in custody where they will await trial.