“The garage and basement of that building were inspected at the time.” To tell Adnkronos is Maria Angioni, the prosecutor who for several years dealt with the investigation into the disappearance of little Denise Pipitone, talking about the searches in the house in via Pirandello in Mazara del Vallo, where Anna Corona, the mother of the half-sister of Denise. But the magistrate, who is now a labor judge in Sassari, also adds that she does not have a “memory of a well” in that garage of the house where Anna Corona lived. Read also “I don’t remember anything about the detail of a well”, says the judge again. But the carabinieri and the fire brigade, from this afternoon, have been constantly inspecting the uninhabited building, owned by a family of emigrants from Mazara who lives in Switzerland. Maybe they are looking for a ‘secret’ room, that’s why, cadastral papers in hand are checking if any work has been done recently. that word had spread of the search for human remains. Recently, the judge Angioni, said that at the time he ran into a very difficult environmental context: “We had big problems – he said – We understood that after three days all the people subjected to wiretapping already knew they were under control. At one point, when I had the direction of the investigation, I pretended to stop intercepting and then I started all over again with different police forces, in a desperate attempt to save what can be saved “.