Ten cars at Euro Park parking at Oslo Airport Gardermoen have been broken into in recent days.
Tuesday, the newspaper VG reported that police had investigated four car burglaries that probably happened during the weekend. Later that day the police informed the newspaper Rome Blad that they had received six new reports of burglaries in parked cars.
“There now appears to be ten cars that have been affected to a greater or lesser extent. Essentially, the windows were broken and steering wheels were stolen,” said guard leader Bjorn Bekken from the Gardermoen police.
Mostly, BMWs have been burglared, but also other types of cars have too.
Police warned Dagbladet in June of a ‘professional’ BMW-band, and in mid-September wrote Nordstrands Sheet about the burglary of twelve BMW is at Nordstrand in Oslo.
Police say they are not immediately connecting the cases, but police are investigating whether the BMW break-ins in the parking lot at Gardermoen were committed by the same people.
At Oslo Airport, CEO Jan Arve Kaldheim dismisses the suggestion that the security of the parking is inadequate, and points out that they have people at work around the clock.
Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today