Rather in the car to be locked up or be caught? A car thief in Trondheim, Norway, decided for the latter variant. As a 17-Year-old wanted to steal a Volvo, he managed, in the vehicle include. “He called us shortly before eight,” reported the squad leader Ebbe Kimo the Norwegian radio station “Norsk Corporation”, in short, NRK.
thief relieved when the police arrives
“He called from the car, he was broke and could not open the door,” says Kimo. The thief would know the police pretty well, and thought it would be OK to ask for help. “A little bit like call a friend,” said Kimo. The young people had been facilitated, according to the head of Kimo, as the police was spot on. “He has done the car no harm,” said Kimo. It could also be that the car door was open, because there are no signs of Burglary had been found.
Ung biltjuv ringte fra bilforretning på Tunga etter mislykket forsøk på å stjele en bil. Vel inne i bilen ble han sittende fast bak låste dører. Da er det greit å kunne rings politiet for å be om hjelp. Patrulje var raskt på stedet og fikk ham ut og inn til arrests.
— Politiet i Trøndelag (@politi trondelag) December 24, 2018
“He was stuck in the car, behind closed doors,”
In a Tweet described the local police of the incident: “A young car thief called from Tungas car dealership, after he had unsuccessfully tried to steal a car. He was stuck in the car behind closed doors. Then is it okay to call the police and ask for help. The patrol was on the scene and freed him, before he was sent home.”
As the 17-Year-old had managed, in the car to lock up, don’t know the police. Against him, a procedure has been initiated.
sources: NRK, The Guardian, Twitter