Two young men on Monday morning were arrested in Germany due to the stealing of two luxury cars in Switzerland. These two young men (24 and 27 year old) were driving a stolen Bugatti Grand Sport Sang Blue and a BMW 750 Li towards Poland when the Bayern police started chasing them.
However, there was one more man in the team who is yet to arrest, but the police have already found his stolen Ferrari 599 GTB in Fürth. These popular and precious cars worth a total value of around € 1.5 million and belong to a Swiss businessman. Both the black BMW sedan and the silver-blue Bugatti were spotted with Swiss license plates, heading towards Berlin on the A9 which is close to Pegnitz. This spontaneously gave a clue that these three cars had been stolen during a burglary on early hours of Sunday in Switzerland’s Oberrieden.
Immediately, the operations were held with the coordination of Oberfranken and a police helicopter that soon started chasing 1001 and 407 hp luxury cars. The Bugatti driver later flew away, leaving behind the car on the highway close to Wolfsbach, but finally got arrested. Meantime, the other driver who took the black BMW 7 Series came in focus, surrounded by the police and got arrested.
However, the black Ferrari 599 GTB was missing but later someone noticed and reported about this abandoned car parked close to the Fürth railway station. Police officers took this 620 hp sports car safely and handed all the three cars to the Swiss businessman, but still search are on for the driver.