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Swag for millions: The police found

KARLSLUNDE: Heaped up in the closed yard under a shed roof is located on stacks of the swag, as a Romanian tyvebande according to police, lining their pockets through longer time.

the Farm is located adjacent to the buildings, which houses the police department called the Special Investigation East - SEØ - who has been in charge of the investigation directed against tyvebanden in cooperation with the Copenhagen Police and Vestegnens Police.

the Majority of kosterne in the courtyard are wrapped in black plastic and wrapped with tape. We are talking here about bikes that are disassembled so that the frame and the track is packed, while the wheels also are packed independently.

- So they take up less, and have been made ready to be sent to Romania, tells Torben Svarrer, head of SEØ.

- They cost, who is here, is far from it all, says Torben Svarrer.

Some of the kosterne were seized in today's action, the other of kosterne, the police have discreetly downloaded in the past.

Torben Equivalent, head of SEØ, with a part of the stlåne goods. Photo: Mogens Flindt
the Screening is done after, to the police earlier in the day beat against the gang's suspected members. It was here that the 13 arrested, where several of them are women.

In the following Ekstra information belonging to the arrested persons of the Roma minority.

Extra Leaf was quickly on the spot, a space for the end-of-life cars in an industrial zone in denmark. Here they were waiting for an arrested person to be driven away while police investigators searched the area. The square space was fenced in, and along the fence held just over twenty vehicles - mainly vans - parked.

the 112 - 21. mar. 2019 - at. 12:30 13 arrested in the investigation against itinerant criminal

How to took it out in the late morning after the police had arrested the suspected tyvebandes members. Photo: Mogens Flindt
One for an opened ushers kassebilerne, where several of them contained stolen goods.

The suspect tyvebande have mainly been made in the thefts of expensive bikes and tools. The bikes have been stolen one by one on the street, while the tool is stolen from the craftsmen at burglary in the builders ' cars, on construction sites, as well as by burglary at the workshops.

- You have also stolen other things, but it is mainly tools and bikes, says Torben Svarrer.

Police do not have the full overview of all tyvekosterne yet, but the police estimate that the total value amounting to between four and five million dollars.

This minibus was earlier in the day seized by the police in connection with the action. Photo: Mogens Flindt
at the same time that the police arrested the group in Brøndby, stopped a Mercedes Sprinter minibus at Copenhagen central Station. It is the police's assumption that the bus should have carried a part of the stolen goods to Romania in a trailer that was loaded and made ready in the square in the oval.

the Bus runs a regular service between Scandinavia and Romania, two times a week. Here, cargoes, the goods and passengers back and forth.

the Bus is provisionally seized and also keeps in the yard in Karlslunde.

It is right for the suspected gang has had collaborators in Romania, which was responsible for reception and transmission in the country of origin, but it wants the police did not directly comment on.

- But it is clear that we should cooperate with foreign authorities in a large number of cases. Among other things, in the here, says Torben Svarrer.

Those arrested are produced in grundlovsforhør tomorrow, Friday.

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