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Paris - Inventive burglars have used a new as effectively as possible method for emptying vaults of stores. In stead of torches or explosives the burglars use a powerful vacuum cleaner.

Many Parisian department stores use a tube system, by which money is sent directly to the vault so the cash registers kept filled in a minimum amount.

Drilling a hole in one of the pipes...

But at night burglars were drilling a hole in one of the pipes of a department store, attached a vacuum cleaner and sucked so the money from the vault, reported the French media. The loot was approximately 70.000 euros.
Overall, these vacuum gang have sucked 600,000 euros, according to the French media.


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French burglars vacuuming vault empty

  Last updated: 30-05-2019


French burglars vacuuming vault empty


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