Two Mercedes-Benz Kompressor Thieves Caught Red Handed

Giancarlo Perlas June 28, 2013


Two students from a known university in Kenya stole a Mercedes-Benz Kompressor model according to The Nairobian site. But the two geniuses, the engineering and tech students, failed to figure out that the Sh6.5 million ($75,625 in US) Mercedes-Benz car was equipped with a tracking device. As a result, the owner of the car easily found the stolen vehicle parked in the university.

Reportedly, the two thieves were having trouble dealing with some group of students who were admiring the car. The two drove away the admirers by telling them to stay away from “their car”.

When the police arrived at the location of the stolen vehicle, the two thieves easily gave themselves up to prevent an incident in the campus.

Currently, the two geniuses are jailed in a police station within the area. The article added that one top university official tried to bail them out but to no avail.

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