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$24M in property seized from crime suspect

BOLOGNA, Italy, Feb. 8 (UPI) -- Italian police said Friday they seized property worth $24.1 million in the city of Bologna from a man believed to be a member of the Camorra crime syndicate.

The confiscations from Paolo Landolfo included 48 properties, four cars, 22 bank accounts and two insurance policies, ANSA reported.

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Landolfo, who lives in Modena, is believed by authorities to be a key member of the Casalesi clan within Camorra.

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