Robbers Robbing Paris Jewelry Shop: Driving Mercedes-Benz to Burn Porsche Cayenne

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 Robbers Robbing Paris Jewelry Shop: Driving Mercedes-Benz to Burn Porsche Cayenne


Overseas Network, August 24 (local time, 23 am), a jewelry store in the palace District of central Paris was robbed by robbers driving luxury cars, the gangs new robbery methods attracted the attention of the police.

Four men drove Mercedes-Benz and Porsche Cayenne high-end cars to Cartina Road in Paris at about 4:30 a.m. on Weekly View, France. They regard Mercedes-Benz CLA as an armored vehicle, smashing the window of the target jewelry store, masking it into the shop, smashing the display cabinet with a hammer and robbing it. When they succeeded, they sprayed detergents on Mercedes-Benz cars to remove clues and drove away with Porsche Cayenne.

After receiving the report, the police immediately issued a notice for witnesses to provide clues, and follow the clues to pursue. The Porsche Cayenne was first found in Paris 19, then fled to Sena-Santani, a northern suburb of Paris. Four robbers took the car to Jean-Jaules Avenue in the city of Oberville, but then lost their tracks. No casualties occurred during the polices pursuit. According to surveillance videos, four gangsters in Xinting City, Sena-San Dani Province, will burn a Porsche card banquet with fake licenses, further destroying evidence.

Up to the time of publication, the jewelry store has not yet announced the specific amount of loss, but according to sources close to the investigation, the loss is at least 50,000 euros or more.

(function () {(window. slotbydup = window. slotbydup | []). push ({id:6374560, container:ssp_6374560, size:300,250, display:inlay-fix, async: true});} (); the Paris Public Prosecutors Office entrusted the First Judicial Police District with case investigation. At present, the police have gone to the jewelry store to collect evidence on the spot, collected video surveillance materials, found the criminal tools left on the scene by gangsters, and collected clues in Xinting City and other places. The report recalls that there has been a surge in robberies and burglaries of jewellery in Paris. Since the beginning of this year, more than a dozen jewelry stores in Paris have been targeted by criminals, some by violent robbery, some by deception. In April, bandits raided jewelry stores at the Paris Peninsula Hotel with axes, then burned down vehicles in Nay on the Seine River, a suburb of Paris. In July, two women, impersonating the princess and maid of the United Arab Emirates, carried out a bag-dropping scheme at the Hermel jewelry store in Paris, exchanging $1.3 million to $1.3 million worth of soup pieces. 1.6 million euros of diamond ornaments. The loss of jewellery from burglaries in Paris has increased dramatically in the past year. Source: Overseas Network Responsible Editor: Wang Ning_NB12468

The Paris Public Prosecutors Office entrusted the First Judicial Police District with the responsibility of investigating cases. At present, the police have gone to the jewelry store to collect evidence on the spot, collected video surveillance materials, found the criminal tools left on the scene by gangsters, and collected clues in Xinting City and other places.

The report recalls that there has been a surge in robberies and burglaries of jewellery in Paris. Since the beginning of this year, more than a dozen jewelry stores in Paris have been targeted by criminals, some by violent robbery, some by deception. In April, bandits raided jewelry stores at the Paris Peninsula Hotel with axes, then burned down vehicles in Nay on the Seine River, a suburb of Paris. In July, two women, impersonating the princess and maid of the United Arab Emirates, carried out a bag-dropping scheme at the Hermel jewelry store in Paris, exchanging $1.3 million to $1.3 million worth of soup pieces. 1.6 million euros of diamond ornaments. The loss of jewellery from burglaries in Paris has increased dramatically in the past year.