Published February 12, 2024 at 3:35 pm / ©LPD/Dietrich and Canva
Office, workshop and more: The company building became the scene of a break-in last night. Perpetrators' tool: screwdriver. The surveillance camera filmed everything.
On the night of Monday, February 12, there were several break-ins at the company building in Gravenstein. The unknown perpetrators initially targeted a company workshop. They were filmed on a surveillance camera at three crime scenes. Traces of shoe soles were also left at all crime scenes. Your burglary tool: Maybe a flat-head screwdriver.
Timing of the crime according to police
- Between 3:13 a.m. and 3:20 a.m.: Workshop robbery
- 3:45 a.m. to 3:59 a.m.: Attempted to break into office space through window and entrance door
- Before 4.45am: The carpentry shop window was broken
- Between 5 and 5:29 a.m.: The main vault was broken into
- Unknown time: Another business is broken into, and their fully automatic coffee maker is stolen
Change and tire iron is gone
First, they likely broke down the door of a company's workshop, the police report said. The perpetrators then entered the office building. She continued: “During the robbery, a small amount of previously unknown amount and a tire changer were stolen.”
The office became the next destination
Then they went to their next destination, another company's office. They tried to enter the office first through the window and then through the front door, but to no avail. Material damage occurred.
300 euros stolen
“At an unknown time, but before 4:45 a.m., the unknown perpetrators broke the window of a carpentry workshop in the parking lot, possibly using a screwdriver, and thus entered the company building,” the officers describe the further police trail. Breaking in. They managed to steal around €300 in cash from the hand box.
The keys made further burglary easy
At approximately five o'clock in the morning, the perpetrators broke into a key locker located in a company's workshop. With the keys it was easy for them to enter the company. “The office premises were searched, but nothing was stolen.”
Fully automatic coffee machine taken
It is still unknown when the thieves will enter another company. They gained access through a window to the east of the building. Your prey: fully automatic coffee maker.
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