Same money transport company affected
Now the colleague of the million thief struck
Mirnesa S stole one million euros in cash. After the coup, the German police are looking for the ex-employee of a money transport company. Now the company has been robbed again.
The German money transport company Prosegur from the German city of Stuttgart has been the victim of a theft for the second time.
The German money transport company Prosegur was not robbed until October 2022. The thief, ex-employee Mirnesa S.* (42), stole one million euros in cash and went into hiding. She is wanted on an international arrest warrant.
Now it comes out: The Stuttgart money company was robbed a second time. Not from Mirnesa S., but from one of her colleagues. According to reports from “Bild”, the man (27) stole 135,000 euros the night before Christmas Eve. The theft was not discovered until days later. “Investigations quickly led to the trail of the 27-year-old,” says Chief Inspector Ilona Bonn (28) to the newspaper. However, neither the man nor the stolen goods were found during a search of the apartment.
Curious: the thief turned himself in to the police. But he is not behind bars. A magistrate ruled that he could remain at large. However, he has to report to the police again and again. There is still no trace of the stolen money. Just like Mirnesa S., who went into hiding after her coup.
The blonde’s coup had apparently been planned for a long time
In the spring of 2022, S. started working for the money transport company. She actually worked as a telephone operator, so she shouldn’t have come into contact with the money.
But every now and then the woman made herself useful in other ways. She is said to have helped reload cash, as reported by “Bild”. The shrink-wrapped banknotes are packed in special cassettes. The money is then taken to banks or ATMs are filled with it. The trained goldsmith offered her help. Apparently not out of kindness, but to get close to all the money.
However, it is not yet known how the 27-year-old colleague went about his Christmas robbery. (hey)
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