- Accused use scanners to unlock vehicles inside minutes.
- Stolen vehicles parked in areas the place there weren’t any CCTV cameras.
- Vehicles offered by costly offers.
Three males stole and offered 40 luxurious vehicles in a grand heist utilizing a software-based hacking machine after being impressed by Hollywood collection Quick and Livid, reported Hindustan Times.
Police recognized the trio as Manish Rao (42), Jagdeep Sharma (43), and Aas Mohammad (40).
Deputy Commissioner of Police Manoj C mentioned that “the accused had been impressed by Hollywood film ‘The Quick & the Livid’ and used scanners to unlock the vehicles inside minutes.” He mentioned that additionally they used a jammer to disable the GPS put in within the vehicles.
Aside from pistols, high-tech devices comparable to sensor equipment, magnet, LNT keys, and eight distant automobile keys had been recovered from the accused.
“They used a software-based hacking machine, they unlocked vehicles, and after formatting the car’s software program, put in a brand new software program,” the DCP mentioned.
“The brand new keys grew to become prepared they usually stole the vehicles inside two to a few minutes,” he added.
The stolen vehicles had been then parked in several areas the place there weren’t any CCTV cameras. Later, they had been offered by costly offers.
The accused confessed to stealing 40 vehicles from Uttam Nagar, Tilak Nagar, Subash Nagar, Pashim Vihar, Munirka, and Dwarka since April.