Two men were sentenced to one year of imprisonment with a conditional suspension for two years, accused of digging a hole through which they broke into a tin garage with tools in Marcinkowo (Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship). The police reported that the suspects showed “great ingenuity and commitment” while implementing their “nefarious plan.”
The trial in this case began on October 18 before the District Court in Mrągowo and took place in the absence of one of the defendants – Zbigniew S. At the hearing on that day, the second defendant – Łukasz D. was present, who pleaded guilty to committing the crime he was accused of. deed.
On the same day, the verdict in this case was announced. The court found both defendants guilty of the offense charged and sentenced them to one year of imprisonment with conditional suspension of the sentence for a probation period of two years.
They dug a hole and removed the paving slabs in the floor
Moreover, the court imposed fines of PLN 1,500 on both defendants. PLN and charged them with the costs of the proceedings. The judgment is not final.
This is a case of burglary and theft that occurred in May this year in Marcinkowo, in the Mrągowo commune. Two men dug a hole at night and entered the tin garage. Their task was easier because it was standing on sand.
Level, spade, rubber hammer. Police about “nefarious plan”
Later, they removed the paving slabs in the garage floor and took items from inside with a total value of almost PLN 1,500. zloty.
The stolen items included: a mobile phone, a concrete mixer, a can of gasoline, a rubber hammer, spirit levels, a spade, two aluminum squares, two pairs of work boots and 20 work gloves.
Junior aspirant Paulina Karo from the District Police Headquarters in Mrągowo writing in May about the arrest of a 32-year-old resident of Szczytno County and a 34-year-old from Mrągowo County she stated that the men showed “great ingenuity and commitment” while implementing their “nefarious plan.”
After hearing the charges, they pleaded guilty.
“They also admitted that they had stolen more things than the victim noticed, but they gave them back voluntarily during the activities carried out by the police,” Karo reported.
Main photo source: Warmian-Masurian Police