Patients' parents steal on children's ward

Cell phones, tablets, wedding rings in Genoa

(ANSA) - Genoa, April 12 - Police on Tuesday cited eight Roma people for stealing cell phones, tablets, and wedding rings from patients at a children's hospital.
    One of the suspects' children is a regular patient at the Giannina Gaslini Institute, a pediatric hospital in Genoa. The suspects allegedly stole the items from other child patients and their parents as well as doctors and nurses.
    Police are also investigating two hospital cleaning staff for theft, in a separate case.
    Police recovered most of the stolen items and are still seeking a missing iPad containing the last pictures taken by a little girl just before she went blind.


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