Seven of the eight BMWs stolen from the BMW of Darien dealership in August of 2012 have been recovered, and New York authorities have charged 18 people for their roles in a theft ring that resold stolen luxury cars worth $2.4 million. Darien Police were able to recover the stolen vehicles prior to them being resold with help from the New York Police Department, police announced in a Thursday news release.
Let’s call him John. John works for a security company. Late one August night, while the streets of Darien lie stagnant and empty, an alarm sounds at a luxury car dealership. Continue reading
It’s like something out of a Hollywood movie. One day a luxury car dealership is going about its daily routine — a regimen that is almost paralyzing in its normalcy.
Darien Police have learned that an additional two cars were stolen from BMW of Darien over night in late August, bringing the total number of cars stolen to eight.