A man from Focșani found himself having to pay in installments to a mobile phone operator for a phone he didn’t know he had purchased. The purchase would have been made with the slip, but a “detail” was missing.
The man notified the Police
The man, who lived in 2019 at the Vărzărești Monastery in Urechești, at one point received a summons for payment from a mobile phone operator in Focșani. He later notified the police and even pointed to a suspect who allegedly made the purchase in his place.
He told that in August of that year he was asked by the Mother Abbess to receive another man in his room, who slept there that evening.
Some time later, when he was asked for his identity card for employment at the monastery, the victim discovered that he no longer had it. He requested the release of another such document. The incident seemed suspicious to him only after he received the notification from the mobile phone operator.
Who had the mobile phone reached?
At the hearings, the mother abbess ruled out the possibility that the document was stolen right at the monastery, saying that the man most likely lost it. However, the investigation involved tracking the phone to find out who was using it.
The person using the mobile phone stated that he bought it from his neighbor for 200 lei. Later, he handed it over to the police, so the damage was covered, according to monitoruldevrancea.ro.
The person who sold the phone said he found it in a train car. However, none of these people was identified as the author of the alleged theft of the document from the monastery. Prosecutors dropped prosecution for fraud, and the perpetrator remained unknown.
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