Thieves steal 5 luxury cars worth ₹7Cr in 60 seconds, watch video of the amazing robbery – न्यूज़लीड India

Thieves steal 5 luxury cars worth ₹7Cr in 60 seconds, watch video of the amazing robbery

Thieves steal 5 luxury cars worth ₹7Cr in 60 seconds, watch video of the amazing robbery


Five luxury cars took off in 60 seconds

This incident is from Essex County, England. Where five luxury cars were stolen in a few seconds in the dark of night. The whole incident was captured in CCTV. The incident is of November 11. Thieves made away with five luxury cars worth 7 crores in just 60 seconds. In the CCTV footage, the thieves are seen carrying out the entire robbery in just 60 seconds.

Thieves entered Cappas and made away with five luxury cars

Thieves entered Cappas and made away with five luxury cars

CCTV footage from the county of Essex in England shows thieves breaking into the front gate of a compound on Brentwood Road in the village of Bulfan, near the borough of Thurrock. First, they drove a total of five vehicles, including two Porsche cars and a Mercedes Maybach, one by one from Cappus. One of these thieves helped to keep the gate open and the rest of the thieves managed to take one luxury car after another out of the campus.

Police sweats to find thieves, asking for help from people

Police sweats to find thieves, asking for help from people

A robbery in England shocked the public and the authorities. This theft done in an organized manner was captured in the CCTV camera. It showed a bird’s eye view of the entire incident. Police have urged people to share whatever information they may have. Essex Police are looking for the thieves and the cars. So far the police have been able to recover the Mercedes Maybach.

Know how thieves entered the campus

Know how thieves entered the campus

The robbery expert told the police that the thieves first cut the bolts of the front gate to enter the campus and entered inside the campus and carried out the theft. At the same time, the police have also said that if they have sought information from anyone in the past, they have been asked to contact them. According to the Daily Mail, police said they are appealing for anyone who has seen anything to come forward.

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