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Cargo theft in Île-de-France: they had stolen 300,000 euros worth of hi-fi equipment

2023-12-08T09:48:59.001Z

Highlights: Trio of criminals specialising in the theft of trailers containing hi-fi arrested in Val-de-Marne. Two brothers, aged 34 and 36 and a third accomplice were brought before the Bobigny courthouse (Seine-Saint-Denis) The trio was arrested, in flagrante delicto, during the night of Sunday 3 to Monday 4 December, on the A4 motorway. They had stolen a truck trailer containing Hi-fi equipment worth 300,000 euros.


A trio of criminals specialising in the theft of trailers containing hi-fi has just been arrested in the Val-de-Marne by the police investigating the


Cargo theft is a sensitive topic in the run-up to the holidays. Two brothers, aged 34 and 36 and a third accomplice, were brought before the Bobigny courthouse (Seine-Saint-Denis) on Thursday 7 December. The trio was arrested, in flagrante delicto, during the night of Sunday 3 to Monday 4 December, on the A4 motorway, after having stolen a truck trailer containing hi-fi equipment worth 300,000 euros in Bonneuil-sur-Marne (Val-de-Marne).

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The case began in the middle of the year when this team of thieves specialized in looting goods in transit stole a tractor truck in Rosny-sous-Bois. Investigators from the Seine-Saint-Denis departmental judicial police service (SDPJ93) are in charge of conducting the investigations. The first search for the vehicle led to two brothers who lived in Gonesse (Val-d'Oise). "These two criminals are already known to the police for similar acts," said a source close to the case. It is not surprising that they have developed this criminal activity insofar as their homes are surrounded by logistics platforms. »

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