Cops recover stolen luxury cars
Four of the five “luxury vehicles” which were stolen from a family in Gasparillo on Wednesday, were recovered in Couva, according to police.
Police said in an update Friday that cars, which consisted of three BMWs and a Jaguar were tracked using GPS technology which was installed in the vehicles.
A Kia Sorento, which was also stolen, had not been recovered up to Friday morning.
The five vehicles were stolen at about 4:00 am on Wednesday at the home of a Gasparillo businessman.
Five masked men stormed their way into the home, in the presence of the businessman and his wife and son.
They then secured the family by tying the trio up and locking them in a room of the house.
They then ransacked the home while searching for cash and valuables.
In the end, LoopTT was told, the bandits stole five high-end vehicles as well as a quantity of cash estimated at TT$20,000 and US$7,000.
The vehicles were recovered just over 12 hours after they were reported as stolen.
More on this as it becomes available.
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