Criminologists were today chasing a posse of criminals who stole 26,000 portable telephones worth £4 2 million
The top-of-the-range Samsung A300 telephones were stolen from a cargo sending stockroom in Hayes, Middlesex, at 6 40pm on Sunday, Scotland Yard said
But reports said the burglary was as it were found recently morning – a maybe a couple hours some time recently Metropolitan Police Chief Sir John Stevens propelled a crackdown on versatile telephone theft
The stockroom in Swallowfield Road, Hayes, is three miles from Heathrow, where criminals recently stole £4 6m in utilized notes from a van stacked with cash
A Scotland Yard representative said criminologists accepted the criminals in the Hayes versatile telephone attack utilized an explained lorry to transport the phones, which had been imported last week what’s more, were holding up to be conveyed to shops
The representative said there was no sign of constrained section at the stockroom yet said police were keeping an open mind as to regardless of whether the strike was an inside job
Under the Metropolitan Police conspire propelled yesterday, thousands of versatile telephones are to be checked with bright pens
The battle points to trap criminals by making the telephones right away identifiable in the event that they are stolen what’s more, afterward recovered
Sir John Stevens said it was part of a bundle of measures to bargain with the sensational rise in versatile telephone robbery which presently accounts for more than half of road wrongdoing in London