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100 thousand euros and gold coins were stolen from his house, the businessman confesses the tortures inflicted on the robbers

100 thousand euros and gold coins were stolen from his house, the businessman

10 masked and armed persons entered the house of businessman Nazmi Çangu from the village of Nikël in Kruja. They managed to get 100 thousand euros, a considerable amount of gold and tied up and tortured the head of the family. The businessman himself tells the media the horror lived in the last hours.

100 thousand euros and gold coins were stolen from his house, the businessman

"He hit me with rubber under the gills. I told him how many policemen are you ?! They hit me. One with automatic. They shot me as much as they wanted. There I clashed with two people. They cut my finger with scissors. They were looking for the keys to the safe. I shouted. Church and children inside. I was also tied with black bandages. I have them there. I took them to the military hospital. I was handcuffed and kicked. One I ate, he kicked me in the face. I fell unconscious. I asked for water. I have been given 4 times. They asked me for the key to the safe. But I have no money here, I have it in the bank. There I had a bag with 2 thousand lekshe, I had to pay for the concrete. I had 3 bandages on my legs. I bit one in the hand. I knew where the key to the safe was. That bag had about 20 thousand euros. I would take them to the concrete because we would make a canal on the road. There were some 5-6 house keys and one key was in the safe. Cried one; I found it. He took the screwdriver and opened the safe. They took some they found, the amount I had. It is known that they did not come for anything else. They had two automatic rifles and a silencer pistol. 3 were my room, 3 the other room, and 2 downstairs. He told me there are 19 of us, we have surrounded the house. I was also raped by my family. "The woman was shouting," he confessed.

The family had just returned from a dinner at home. The businessman's wife and four children were locked in rooms until they received money and valuables from the safe.