Art thieves snatch Scream Thieves have stolen one of the world's best-known paintings from a gallery in the Norwegian capital, Oslo. Two men took just 50 seconds to climb a ladder, smash through a window of the National Art Museum in Oslo and cut The Scream, by Edvard Munch, from the wall with wire cutters.
CLAIM Thieves armed with "code grabbers" are breaking into cars by recording signals sent by remote keyless entry devices. The earliest RKE systems were quite vulnerable to the sort of attack that was described in warning e-mails widely spread via the Internet.
As I walked away I heard my car door unlock. I went back and locked my car again three times. Each time, as soon as I started to walk away, I would hear it unlock again!! Naturally alarmed, I looked around and there were two guys sitting in a car in the fire lane next to the store.
They were obviously watching me intently, and there was no doubt they were somehow involved in this very weird situation. I quickly chucked the errand I was on, jumped in my car and sped away. I went straight to the police station, told them what had happened, and found out I was part of a new, and very successful, scheme being used to gain entry into cars.
One of the other engineers traveling to Canada with him, but in his own car, had something happen that I need to share. While traveling he stopped at the roadside park, similar to what we have here with bathrooms, vending machines etc. He came out to his car less than minutes later and found someone had gotten into his car, and stolen his cell phone, laptop computer, GPS navigator briefcase… you name it.
They called the police and since there were no signs of his car being broken into — the police told him that there is a device that robbers are using now to clone your security code when you lock your doors on your car using your key-chain locking device. They sit a distance away and watch for their next victim.
Since they know you are going inside the store, restaurant, or bathroom, they have a few minutes to steal and run. The police officer said to be sure to manually lock your car door by hitting the lock button inside the car.
That way if there is someone sitting in a parking lot watching for their next victim it will not be you. When you hit the lock button on your car upon exiting it does not send the security code, but if you walk away and use the door lock on your key chain, it sends the code thru the airwaves where it can be intercepted.
I just wanted to let you know about this… it is something totally new to us… and this is real… it just happened this past Thursday June 19th to his coworker… So be aware of this and please pass this note on.
Look how many times we all lock our doors with our remotes. Just to be sure we remembered to lock them, and bingo the guys have our code, and whatever was in the car can be gone. I just wanted everyone I know to hear this from me. I never knew about anything like this and do not want this to happen to anyone I know, If we can educate each other on bad things happening.Thieves have stolen one of the world's best-known paintings from a gallery in the Norwegian capital, Oslo.
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They were going through people and just grabbing stuff," Beckwith said Sunday. Police initially got. Thiefhunters in Paradise, the research and education repository of Bob Arno and Bambi Vincent, is about pickpockets, thieves, scammers, gangsters, con artists, and travel.
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