Umberto Quintino Diaco left his native Calabria at the age of 17 and went to Munich. However, it is not clear how he made a living. “We were looking for him, but apparently he never wanted to be discovered,” the Italian portal was quoted as saying Daily fact mužovu sestru Corriere.
Last week, however, the man froze in his makeshift cardboard shed and sheets on a car loading dock at Porta Garibaldi station in Milan. Investigators found that he had more than 100 thousand euros (over 2.5 million crowns) stored in his account and another 19 thousand euros (approximately 493 thousand crowns) he had deposited in securities.
In addition, he received a pension of 750 euros (about 19,500 crowns) from Munich every month. In addition, it turned out that he also owned a house in Calabria and two vans for which he paid insurance. Searching his body, criminal investigators found 1,235 euros in cash (approximately 32,000 crowns).
Agents found the deceased’s property in the mailbox of the Catholic charity Caritas. It was to be the only organization the person was to trust. Volunteers regularly offered to help him, but he refused.
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