(ANSA) – Lampedusa (Agrigento), October 31 – Ninety people were placed under investigation on Wednesday for possible illegal building activities on the southern Italian island of Lampedusa, as police seized a number of buildings and villas in the area as part of the probe. Amongst the buildings that have been confiscated by Italian tax police on warrants from local magistrates is a villa owned by Italian singer Claudio Baglioni. Baglioni is not amongst those being probed, according to the sources. The confiscation requests were issued by preliminary investigations magistrate Albero Davico at the request of prosecutors Ignazio Fonzo and Luca Sciarretta. The investigation headed by Agrigento chief prosecutor Renato Di Natale is focusing on possibile building violations carried out on the island over the past 40 years in relation to new constructions.