Płock. Gasoline from the drilled tank was dripping into a bucket under the car


A 34-year-old man suspected of stealing fuel may face up to 10 years in prison. The police's attention was drawn to a car lifted on a jack with a plastic bucket of gasoline from a drilled tank under it.

Asp. Jakub Tomaszewski from the Płock police said that on Wednesday they received a report about men behaving suspiciously in an unguarded parking lot. An intervention patrol was sent to the site.

In the parking lot, the police noticed two men approaching parked cars one by one. When they saw the police car, they tried to escape. However, they were detained. The officers noticed a parked Renault that was lifted on a jack.

SEE: He had plates on his car from other cars, he stole fuel from a station.

He will be charged with burglary

– There was a plastic bucket under the car into which gasoline was dripping from the drilled tank – said Asp. Tomaszewski. He added that during the interrogation, one of the detainees, a 34-year-old man, was charged with burglary. The man confessed and now faces up to 10 years in prison.

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