Odds on claim untrue

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Odds on claim untrue
CAPTION: SUSPICIOUS: Investigations revealed the 35-year was playing roulette at the time he said he’d discovered the money was stolen from his car. CREDIT: Almeria Guardia Civil

GUARDIA Civil suspect a Nijar man’s claim someone stole €3,900 from his car is false. 

The Guardia said investigations revealed the vehicle’s roof canvas had been broken, but added that a robber would have had to have known about the cash and exactly where it had been hidden inside the car. 

Meanwhile, a chronological reconstruction of the facts put 35-year old M.H. in a games hall playing roulette at the time he supposedly discovered his money had been taken, “his version of events being impossible, the Guardia stated. 

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The statement also said M.H. had “spent long periods of time” in a number of different games halls. 

The 35-year old now faces charges of simulating a crime. 


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