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ITALY RENZO DONNINI: Missing from Acquapendente, ITALY - 8 August 2007 - Age 61

Discussion in 'Europe: Missing & Unidentified' started by Romulus, Oct 2, 2019.

  1. Romulus

    Romulus In the earth of missing person



    Renzo Donnini
    Sex: M
    Age: 61 (at the time of disappearance)
    Italian nationality
    Size: 170
    Blue eyes
    Brown hair
    Clothing: short-sleeved shirt with checkered hazelnut color, brown jeans, shoes of the same color
    Distinguishing features: receding hairline
    Disappeared from: Acquapendente (Viterbo), then from Palermo
    Date of disappearance: 08/08/2007

    Renzo Donnini suffers from amnesia. On 8 August 2007 he left Acquapendente (Viterbo), but two days after his disappearance the Carabinieri of Palermo found him in a confused state in that city, with a fractured wrist and elbow. The former worker, who said he was beaten, was taken to the local clinic, but once he was plastered he signed and left the hospital. Maybe he took a train, but he never arrived at home.

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