Shot in the night between last Monday and Tuesday in a religious institute in Rome. The nuns of the “Daughters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus” institute in via Casilina, near Torre Maura, ended up in the sights of the thieves.
The discovery was made by the sisters around 10 in the morning. The safe in the offices on the first floor had been forced open and the 70,000 cash held inside had been taken away. Immediate call to the police, who are now investigating the targeted theft.
Perhaps a basista could have provided the right coordinates to the thieves to act without fail, at least this is one of the hypotheses being examined by investigators. They forced open the grating of the window on the first floor, immediately finding themselves in the room where the safe was kept. They opened it, took the money away, and vanished into thin air.
Trying to shed light on the theft are the investigators of the Casilino district, who have taken away the remains of the safe in the hope of finding footprints and other useful traces. It is also trying to understand if there is a connection between this and the other blows struck in the religious institutes of Rome, which, particularly in the last four years, have been robbed by thieves.