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Janow Lubelski. He stole a car because he wanted to go to church and pray

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Police officers detained a 57-year-old who stole an Audi from a private property in Janów Podlaski (Lubelskie Voivodeship). He explained that he took the car because he wanted to go to church and pray. Now he faces up to five years in prison.

Commissioner Barbara Salczyńska-Pyrchla from the Municipal Police Headquarters in Biała Podlaska informed about the incident. The car was stolen on Sunday morning on a private property in Janów Podlaski. The report showed that the Audi was parked at the back of the farm under the garage.

“Unfortunately, it was not locked, and there were keys and documents inside the car, and power tools in the trunk. The man admitted that he heard the sound of the engine, but he was convinced that a family member was leaving the car. However, he did not suspect anyone of stealing his property,” the policewoman said.

He stole a car because he wanted to pray KMP Biala Podlaska

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“He took the Audi because he wanted to go to church and pray”

The officers determined that the perpetrator may be a 57-year-old resident of the Janów Podlaski commune known to them. The man was detained in the Łosice poviat (Mazowieckie Voivodeship) when he was sitting inside the stolen car.

“During a conversation with the police, the 57-year-old said that he took the Audi because he wanted to go to church and pray. The man has already heard the charges and confessed to the crime. The car with the equipment in it went to the owner” – the commissioner explained, adding that the court will decide on the further fate of the suspect.

Theft is punishable by up to five years in prison.

Main photo source: KMP Biala Podlaska



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