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10 Thieves Caught Stealing 6 Luxury Vehicles in Car Dealership

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A running luxury car (Photo by Kahl Orr from Pixabay)

At least 10 thieves took several high-end automobiles in a couple of minutes from a dealership in the northwest suburbs last week, and the surveillance camera caught the whole incident.

The footage was captured at Exclusive Autohaus, a luxury-focused used automobile shop in Schaumburg, Illinois, in the 1600 block of South Roselle Road. The incident was caught on security cameras, and police were called early on Monday morning. 

“I was surprised, and scared at the same time, of that many people showing up to a dealership in the middle of the night,” the manager of Exclusive AutoHaus said in a CBS News report.

Thieves Steal Luxury Cars in Minutes

The sheriff’s officers said multiple intruders shattered a window to enter the dealership and activate an alarm system illegally.

The thieves discovered the lockbox containing the cars’ keys and took six high-end automobiles. 

In the footage, the crooks can be seen using the key fob to search the parking lot for automobiles to open while one suspect remained outdoors as a lookout. 

The burglary alarm went off, but before police could arrive, the robbers and their cars had left. 

The time at this point was 2:07 a.m. – meaning, the incident happened in a matter of three minutes.

(NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED: Six high-end automobiles were taken by a group of thieves who broke into the Exclusive AutoHaus in Roselle, Illinois. Security footage captured the crime. [Video by Cook County Sheriff via FOX 32 Chicago YouTube Channel])

Car Brands Being Stolen

In a Fox News report, the dealership manager told the police that the thieves had stolen six luxury vehicles. 

These cars include a 2014 Audi S7 in blue, two 2017 Audi Q7s in blue, a 2018 Mercedes Benz GLS 450 in blue, a 2019 Mercedes Benz E300 in white, and a 2014 Maserati Ghibli in black

The 2014 Audi S7 was then abandoned, found by Oak Park Police, and sent to CCSPD Criminalistics, according to the sheriff’s office.

The manager said that it is extremely improbable that an employee could be involved in the thefts, citing that it is a small, family-run used vehicle shop.

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