The first time he broke in on the night of Saturday around 3 pm. “Through a broodrek that was to remain, as he crept over the fence,” says store owner Jos Craeghs. “There he made a bucket of beer, loot, and a pack of 24 cans of Monster.” But when the thief back over the fence, crawled, went wrong and he remained with his pants hanging. “There he stayed for a while and hang out, until a passing car stopped and its occupants to him delivered.” He got on his bike and took his loot.Two times
But around 5 in the morning, had the thief again thirst. “He crawled back to the fence and tried a bucket of Duvel to steal. Again he continued on the way out, however, hanging on the gate. He still tried to free himself through his pants, but that didn't work.” This time he remained helpless until some passers-by about 6.30 pm the police notified. The names of the man and took him on. He was at the court are already known.
Operator Jos Craeghs was at 9 o'clock from his bed, calls the police. “We then put together the images of the security camera. We rolled around on the floor laughing.”Picked up
Police CARMA came on the spot and arrested the thirties from Hechtel-Eksel. There were recent footwear impressions visible in the fresh snow, which to a shed at the rear of the shop led. The stolen drinks are found at an address in Bocholt and were returned to the store.
The thirties proved to be already known to other facts, and was also aimed for an interrogation in the context of another file. The man stayed for a while in the cell, and is Monday brought by a public prosecutor's office magistrate in the Genk commissioner. The case is handled through Mediation and Measures.Watch: