Two men were detained by police after stealing a car from the parking lot of a shopping center in Brasov.
The two men – a 40-year-old from Braila County and the second from Brasov, aged 52 – are being investigated for “crimes of robbery”, “theft for use”, “complicity” to aggravated theft “and” complicity in theft for use “.
In addition to the car, they stole 140,000 euros
According to the investigators, the 40-year-old man allegedly stole the car in question and drove it within the municipality of Brasov, later abandoning it, and from inside he allegedly stole the amount of approximately 140,000 euros, and the one aged 52 years old, from Braşov County, would have ensured him the trip to the place of committing the deed and, subsequently, his taking over from the place of abandoning the vehicle.
“On Wednesday, the police carried out 8 home searches in Braşov and Brăila counties, at the homes and professional premises of the persons suspected of committing the investigated crimes, on which occasion several sums of money, clothing, plant debris were identified and seized. 2 artisanal installations for the inhalation of oral substances, electronic storage media and other material means of proof necessary for further investigations, based on the evidence in question, the two men were detained for 24 hours and taken to the Detention and Arrest Center. Preventive of the Braşov County Police Inspectorate “, the quoted source specified.
The investigations are continued within the constituted criminal case, instrumented under the coordination of the Prosecutor’s Office attached to the Braşov Court.
The investigative activities carried out in this case were carried out by police officers from the Braşov Criminal Investigation Service, with the support of the Economic Crime Investigation Service and the Criminalistic Service and those of the Brăila Criminal Investigation Service, Otopeni Airport Police, International Police Cooperation, together with fighters of the Special Actions Service from Braşov and Brăila.
The specialized support was provided by the Special Operations Directorate within the Romanian Police, writes Agerpres.
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