Gang of thieves hacks into luxury car BEFORE crashing it

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A gang of luxury car thieves crashed a keyless vehicle after ‘hacking’ into it using a device favoured by motor crooks.

Here is The Deal

CCTV footage shows the thugs unlock a Bentley Bentayga, which is parked in a gated driveway, using a ‘master device’ to copy the signals of the vehicle’s keys and transmit them to a second device to open the car.

After successfully gaining access to the vehicle, worth £169,000, one of the criminals then reverses the motor through two sets of fences in order to escape off the property.

Cars with keyless entry are increasingly becoming a target for thieves, as they are not needed to be in the vicinity of the vehicle in order to steal it, nor do they need to imitate the owner’s key in order to gain access.

As it is

The four members of this gang have now been jailed for stealing over 50 high-end motors, worth nearly £4million, using this method.

Their string of sophisticated thefts took place across the south east of England and included expensive brands such as Range Rovers, Rolls Royces and Bentleys.

Court Ruling

Perry Lovejoy, 29, Luke Jackson, 28, Billy Harrison, 30, and Harry Sales, 28, all admitted charges of conspiracy to steal and conspiracy to acquire criminal property.

They were sentenced collectively to 12-and-a-half years behind bars.

Jackson had additional offences taken into account after admitting to stealing a further 42 cars with a combined value of £2.1million.

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