Police find secret underground hideout for camorra fugitives

Shelter is like the one where boss Zagaria was captured in 2011

Police find secret underground hideout for camorra fugitives

(ANSA) – Casapesenna (Caserta), November 14 – Police from Caserta, near Naples, uncovered what appears to be a hideout used by fugitives from the Camorra crime syndicate in a small, nearby town. Police found the shelter some five meters underground, under an uninhabited house owned by a local entrepreneur with no criminal record. To reach the hideout, police had to knock down one of the house’s walls. In James Bond-like fashion, police found a secret elevator which brought down to the hideaway. The circa 60 square meter room was abandoned save for some disassembled furniture. In December 2011 police found and captured long-time fugitive Camorra crime boss Michele Zagaria, ex-head of the Casalesi crime family, in a similar underground hideout not far from the one they uncovered Wednesday.

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