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Man sells items of Nice bombing victims online

Man sells items of Nice bombing victims online

By Staff Writer - July 20, 2016

NEWS: A 39-year-old Nice man was discovered by the judicial police Cybercrime Unit for selling “items recovered on the Prom” on

The police immediately arrested the man Monday night and placed him in custody, which was extended Tuesday, as the criminal brigade continued their investigation.

During a search of the suspect’s home, investigators found a group of objects of questionable origin: a bracelet,a  ring, glasses, flags…

“Collection items,” said the man, who denies having taken advantage of the chaos Thursday night to partake in what amounts to looting and even a “violation of graves”.

The individual will likely face the Nice prosecutor today.

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