Daring thieves made off with truckload of scooters
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A group of thieves broke the locks of a motorbike shop in Tan Phu District, Ho Chi Minh City and then took 11 luxurious scooters away in a truck early this morning.
The remaining motorbikes at the shop after the thieves took away 11 deluxe scooters Photo: VnExpress
The shop’s owner, Tran Minh Thang, 33, reported to the police that when he returned to his shop, at 690 Luy Ban Bich Street, at 4 am in the morning, he found the locks on the iron door had been cut off and 11 deluxe scooters were missing, VnExpress newswire reported.
The thieves had also rummaged through the shop, Thang said.
Thang said he left the shop yesterday evening to attend a party at an eatery with a group of his friends.
Some locals said they saw a group of men taking the scooters out of the shop and loading them on a truck but thought the men were hired by the shop’s owner.
When the truck left, a few scooters the men had taken out of the shop remained in front of the premises, witnesses said.
Thang said he had yet to re-open the shop after his Tet (lunar New Year) holidays.
The police have contacted Thang’s friends to get some information they think is necessary for their investigation.
Quang Minh Shop, where 11 expensive scooters were carried away in a truck by a group of thieves (Photo: VnExpress)