PATERNO '(CATANIA) – Nine stolen cars, some of which were partially dismantled, were found by the carabinieri in an abandoned shed in the countryside of Paternò which the military believed was a depot pending the so-called "return horse". The cars were found stolen in Catania, Caltagirone, Ramacca and Modica (Ragusa) and were returned to the owners. There are three Fiat '500', a Fiat 'Pandà, two Alfa Romeo' Giuliettà, an Alfa Romeo Vito, a Ford Ka and a Fiat Punto.
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