Police in Italy have prevented the kidnapping of the body of the founder of Ferrari
Italian police stopped activity of criminal group which planned to kidnap the body of the founder of automaker Ferrari Enzo Ferrari, and was engaged in trade in arms and drugs.
It is reported by the newspaper Corriere della Sera, citing investigators.
#Veneto Progettavano estorsione per il furto della salma di Enzo Ferrari, banda sgominata dai carabinieri https://t.co/f7yyABN40T pic.twitter.com/rAUIxXe765
— Corriere del Veneto (@corriereveneto) 28 Mar 2017
The remains of the founder of Ferrari, they wanted to kidnap with a ransom, which they planned to demand from his relatives. The body of the founder of the automaker was buried in the cemetery of Modena in the North-West from Bologna. Enzo Ferrari died on 14 August 1988 at the age of 90 years. To steal the attackers went to the grave of Ferrari, tried to get the contacts of his relatives, and studied methods of preservation of the body.
As noted Corriere della Sera, a criminal group engaged in drug trafficking and arms trade between the island of Sardinia and Northern Italy, in the cities of Parmo, Reggio Emilia, Modena, Lodi, Grosseto and Mantova.