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‘Dakdieven’ save it for the third time: stock cigarettes away at gas station Den Doorn
Sint-Gillis-Waas Thieves have broken into the shop of the petrol station, The Thorn in Sint-Gillis-Waas. They cut a hole in the metal roof and knew in an ingenious way the however sophisticated alarm to work. There was more than 6,000 euros to cigarettes seized. The police suspect that the same gang that previously struck at Proxy Delhaize in Kemzeke and Brico in Beveren.

The family Moorthamers was twice the victim of burglars, but since the move to new shop they thought they had sufficiently secured. “All the doors and windows are fitted with an alarm and in the case itself are everywhere sensors that react to movement and temperature,” says Alexander Moorthamer. “It is almost impossible to believe that the alarm is not triggered. The intrusion must be extremely well-prepared. We are convinced that the thieves in advance on exploration have been, because they knew the various sensors perfect hang. We also have camera surveillance, but on the images is only a person with a balaclava and gloves on. An accomplice is all the time on the roof stayed for the booty.”

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