five men indicted for car thefts in builders factories

Five men suspected of organizing a car traffic they stole from factories builders were indicted Friday.
Five men, including two employees of the Renault factory in Flins, Yvelines, were indicted on Friday for organizing a traffic of cars they stole from factories builders, it was learned from police sources The suspects arrested, 20,000 euros seized. The five suspects were arrested on Tuesday and the police seized 20,000 euros. They were indicted for robbery, degrading and fraud in organized gangs as well as participation in a criminal conspiracy. The five men are between 21 and 29. The criminals force a dam. On June 17, a team of burglars tries to steal ten vehicles on the site of the PSA factory in Poissy, Yvelines. The criminals leave with only two cars and are forced to force a barrage of gendarmerie and abandon a Peugeot 3008 in their flight. The investigators manage to isolate the DNA of two men, living in Le Havre. A thorough investigation. A dozen days later, two cars declared stolen that morning on the site of Renault Flins are discovered with fake number plates on a parking lot not far from the factory. The police decided to place the two cars under geolocation in real time and tracked them to Le Havre. She identifies the phone lines of two men working at Renault Flins. A DNA identical to one of those found on Poissy's burglary is also isolated, allowing to link the two cases. The suspects are tapped and surveillance and spinning set up for four months. The investigation has uncovered "the existence of an association of veteran criminals (…) stealing vehicles before shipping them to Le Havre for their likely export," according to a police source.

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