The man who two days ago on board a Maserati had damaged the steps of Trinità dei Monti in Rome was identified and stopped at the Milanese airport of Malpensa. The man, a 37-year-old foreigner, was stopped by a patrol from the Border Police Office: he did not appear to have arrived at the airport with any flight, nor to be about to leave. Regarding his presence at the airport, he told the agents that he had just returned a rented car a few days earlier at the branch of a car rental company located in Malpensa, and from the copy of the rental agreement it emerged that he had rented. a Maserati. The policemen immediately thought about what happened in Rome, and decided to investigate. The Polaria operators then got in touch with the local police of Rome, finding confirmation that the car with which the damage to the stairway had been carried out was a Maserati, plate and model corresponding to the one returned by the inspected person. At that point the agents inspected the vehicle, parked in the garage of the car rental company, finding further evidence because the bodywork showed evident signs of damage. The person stopped, at that point, confirmed that he was the man who, on the night of 11 May, driving a Maserati Levante, after traveling via Sistina, had come down the steps of Trinità dei Monti, damaging the steps. The man was then referred to the judicial authority for the crimes envisaged by the very recent regulations for the protection of cultural heritage.
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