She was forced to be sexually assaulted in the elevator that was taking her home from the garage. This is what happened to a forty-year-old woman last December 21 in Segrate, a town in the Milanese hinterland. For the attack, the Carabinieri of the company of San Donato Milanese tracked down a 31-year-old of Maghreb origin with precedent who on Monday evening was subjected to a detention of suspected crime issued by the adjunct Letizia Mannella and by the prosecutor Rosaria Stagnaro. The investigations began on the same evening of the brutal attack when around 11.30 pm the same victim, despite the state of shock, managed to alert the soldiers of the Arma. She told them that shortly before, as she was returning home, after having parked the car in the garage, she was suddenly approached in the elevator of her condominium by a man of North African origin who, after having beaten her and threatened her with death. raped. Before fleeing, he also robbed her cell phone and the sum of thirty euros. The immediate inspection by the specialists of the scientific investigation section of the investigative nucleus in via della Moscova made it possible to extrapolate, inside the elevator, a handprint of the 31 year old and to find, on the victim’s clothes, some biological traces that are were analyzed by Ris di Parma and found to match the human DNA. The 31 year old will appear on Wednesday morning in front of the investigating judge Roberto Crepaldi for the hearing to validate the arrest.