The Herald : Romanian migrant brothers stole thousands from Post Offices – including three in Plymouth

A pair of Romanian migrant brothers have been jailed after they stole thousands of pounds from small post offices – including three in Plymouth – by tricking staff into handing over cash.

Loi Rostas and his brother Pitu roamed the country looking for village shops where they used ‘Faganesque’ sleight of hand to baffle and deceive staff.

Restrictions on free movement laws for Romanians were lifted on January, 2014, which effectively granted the brothers right of access to the whole of the EU – and non-EU countries such as Norway and Switzerland, which have accepted free movement laws as part of their deal to access the common market.
foto : Loi Rostas, left, and his brother Piturostas


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