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The two missing members of the 'Gang of pilots' turned themselves in in Mar del Plata: what did they say


They are accused of committing millionaire robberies in apartments. There are already four prisoners in the case.

"They had already splashed it in another cause."

Assuring that the accusation against his client is an error, the lawyer Lautaro Resúa publicly defended Mauricio Di Norcia, the car racer who was on the run accused of being part of the "pilot gang" that committed millionaire robberies in

Mar del Plata .

This is one of the two members of the group who had yet to turn themselves in and who finally appeared before the police this Saturday, with a total of four being arrested in the case. 

Both he and Ricardo Soteris, the other man who was wanted by the Justice, appeared after 8 in the morning at the Mar del Plata Departmental Investigation Delegation (DDI) accompanied by their private lawyers, Martín Bernat and Lautaro Resúa.

The car driver Mauricio Di Norcia gave his version of the facts and denied the charges brought against him by the prosecutor Fernando Berlingeri during the investigation, while Ricardo Soteris refused to testify.

In this sense, Di Norcia's lawyer revealed in statements to Télam: "He wanted to introduce himself and that we accompanied him to that. He got right"

And he added: "

My client has nothing to hide and it is not the first time that he has been implicated in a fact.

Three years ago he was also splashed in another cause and he was able to prove his innocence."

In this sense, Resúa said that when questioned by the prosecutor, the car racer Di Norcia "

provided an explanation of all the facts that were accused of him and answered all the questions of the prosecutor

, in addition to denying having had any participation in the facts investigated".

Likewise, he indicated that his client "was not in any of the events. Neither in person, nor organizing them."

He also referred to what happened, Luis Di Norcia, his father, who spoke to C5N on Saturday afternoon and pointed out: "I think that if I had grabbed that amount of money we would all be more or less well-off in the family," he said, alleging his innocence.

Both he and Soteris were charged with the crime of "Illicit Association" and "aggravated robbery due to burglary and the use of a false key, four facts."

Both defendants were transferred to Criminal Unit 44 of Batán, where they will remain housed like the other two defendants, Facundo Carro and Agustín Suárez, who turned themselves in last Thursday and are also represented by the lawyer Resúa.

The first arrested refused to testify yesterday before the prosecutor in charge of the case, Fernando Berlingeri, who accused them of the same crimes as Di Norcia and Soteris

According to sources of the investigation, it is believed that the gang committed at least four robberies in the last six months in departments in the macrocentro and in the Playa Grande area, in the south of Mar del Plata.

In this sense, they maintained that the thieves were left with loot of more than a million dollars and 42 million pesos, as well as a large quantity of jewelry and jewelry.

"There are footage from the security cameras of the buildings where the victims lived and nearby that show different members of the gang who were loitering in the area the days before committing the crimes," said the prosecutor in charge of the case.

In addition, he stated that "there is no relationship between the victims, they did not know each other" and that "there are wiretaps that are incorporated into the case where they talk to each other about the acts committed."

With information from Telam


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