Traded with stolen cars: Pay 12 million or spend 10 years in prison

A 40-year-old british man to a minimum of eight years in prison, and if he can't pay about 1,37 million pounds, equivalent to over 12 million dollars back, so

Traded with stolen cars: Pay 12 million or spend 10 years in prison

A 40-year-old british man to a minimum of eight years in prison, and if he can't pay about 1,37 million pounds, equivalent to over 12 million dollars back, so

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
03 December 2019 Tuesday 04:00
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Traded with stolen cars: Pay 12 million or spend 10 years in prison

A 40-year-old british man to a minimum of eight years in prison, and if he can't pay about 1,37 million pounds, equivalent to over 12 million dollars back, so he has a view to having a further 10 years in prison.

It informs the Metropolitan Police in a press release.

Back in October 2018 was a man by the name of Chiraq Patael found to have handled a total of 19 stolen luxury cars and a further nine stolen car keys.

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Chiraq Patel will be paying over 12 million dollars back in order to avoid an additional 10 years in prison. Photo: Metropolitan Police

the Man was arrested back in 2015, when police found five cars of high value in the cellar at the man's home address.

After a long investigation, he was indicted in april 2017.

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During a search of the Patels residence police found, among other machines, which can provide access to the embedded computers in vehicles.

After a thorough investigation, a total of 19 stolen vehicles at an estimated value by 728,000 pounds, equivalent to over six million, and nine sets of car keys stolen from a Jaguar Land Rover factory seized.

the Vehicles had been stolen by unknown persons at the burglary, and keyless car theft in London between October 2012 and January 2015.

Patel was also sentenced to a term of imprisonment of 10 years, which will enter into force, if he can not pay the approximately 12 million back.

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Updated: 03.12.2019 04:00
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