By  on October 23, 2008

MILAN — Gucci Group has been pulled into one of Italy’s so-called “spy stories” stemming from an investigation of illicit access to the Ministry of Interior’s data bank.

A Gucci Group spokesman confirmed that the Prosecutor’s Office in Florence this week ordered a search of the company’s offices there and in Milan and Rome. “The search is a result of the investigation on suspicion of the crime of revelation and use of official secrets,” Gucci said in a statement. The company is “fully collaborating with the authorities,” it added.

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