(ANSA) - Grosseto, October 16 - Prosecutors in the Tuscan city of Grosseto are reportedly probing the alleged theft of items from the wreck of the Costa Concordia by scuba-diving looters. Mediaset television's Tgcom24 news channel said the prosecutors had opened a file on the disappearance of objects from the semi-submerged part of the liner. The first thing police divers noticed had gone missing was a beautiful brass bell from the bridge of the ship. The looters also reportedly broke windows of shops inside the ship and stole jewellery and watches. Pictures, clocks and various items of furniture are said to have disappeared too.