Budějovická: Thieves took 41,000 things from the car, a police officer caught them
Someone stole a car on Budějovická! a police officer from the local Podolí department learned at the end of August. “He immediately checked the camera systems and found that several people were moving around the stolen vehicle, who had arrived by car. It was clear from the shots that it was these people who broke into the vehicle and took things from it for more than 41,000 crowns, “described police spokesman Jan Daněk.
Unfortunately for the policeman, the record was from a great distance, it was not possible to identify the criminal, the car registration plate was not visible, they arrived. But then the confidential man of the law came up with something else. “While looking at the record, a colleague noticed that even before the mentioned theft, a police patrol carried out a roadside check of another vehicle a short distance from the crime scene. Therefore, it occurred to him that he could use GPSat and find out the vehicle, if his colleagues did not have an on-board camera in the vehicle that could capture the registration plate of the thieves’ vehicle, “Daněk explained.
The thieves broke into a car on Budějovická Street in Prague 4, and were soon caught. Police of the Czech Republic
The policeman was successful – on the recording from the on-board cameras, the registration mark was visible. It turned out that the car had already been inspected and that criminals were driving in it. “The police then passed this information on to colleagues from the patrol service, who tracked down and detained all four suspects that night. They even found things with them, “added Daněk. Detainees face up to two years in prison for theft.
The thieves broke into a car on Budějovická Street in Prague 4, and were soon caught.
Author: Police of the Czech Republic