Danish cops nab foreign crooks with nearly a half a million kroner in stolen goods

Two Lithuanian crooks likely to be kicked out of the country

Two Lithuanian men driving a rental car were stopped by police in the northern Jutland town of Hobro early this morning.

A quick search of the vehicle revealed four GPS systems and screens of the type used in heavy duty equipment. Each unit was valued at 100,000 kroner.

“When officers asked them how they came by the gear, the men declined to talk, so they were given a tour of the detention centre in Hobro,” Per Vagn Nielsen from North Jutland Police told TV2 News.

Good timing
Several reports of stolen GPS units were made to police at about the same time.

“Now we know where the crime scenes are,” said Nielsen. “I would guess that the two Lithuanians will be ejected out of the country.”