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Paris Airport Workers Confess to Thefts

Many of the 28 baggage handlers at Paris’ Charles de Gaulle airport arrested on charges of pilfering traveler luggage have confessed to the crimes, a police official said Thursday. Culminating an 18-month investigation, police arrested the workers Wednesday for allegedly stealing digital cameras, perfumes, jewelry, clothing and other goods from the bags of travelers. Police were interrogating the baggage handlers, who were to appear before a judge, said Frederique Nourdin, commander of the air transport police at Roissy-Charles de Gaulle airport. “They have generally acknowledged the events,” she told the Associated Press. “Not all of them … (but) some admitted to having stolen things notably things we found at their homes.” Stolen property was discovered at 17 homes of the various suspects during the arrests, Lt. Georges Kaemmerlen, head of the research brigade for air transport police, said Wednesday. Full Story

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