High-tech thieves managed to steal a grey Audi RS4 Quattro Avant estate two days ago, even if the car was fitted with state-of-the-art anti-theft system.
The thieves cut a whole in the fence of the Bury St Edmunds Audi’s dealership and succeeded in overcoming state-of-the-art anti-theft systems. They entered the grey RS4 Quattro Avant estate, which is fitted with the highest-technology anti-theft system, by breaking the window and drive it away.
Sales manager James Bullivant said: “We’ve still got all the sets of keys here. Apparently there’s a way of getting in if you have the right equipment.”
The police is looking for witnesses and Mr. Bullivant said that since the 450bhp, 155mph four-wheel drive has a powerful engines, someone must surely have heard it even if the incident took place at around 2:45 a.m. The car costs £55,526 new.
“They’ve caused me a real headache because they cut a big hole in the fence and now we’re having to bring everything in at night,” said Bullivant.
The same morning, the police discovered that the gates from a garden centre in Colethorpe Lane, Barrow had been forced open and found in the garden the sales board and car parts from an Audi. The same day the front and rear number plates from a grey BMW 118D were discovered in a car park in Greenwood Court, Bury St Edmunds.