Based on the article by Keith Perry, “Car thieves ‘attached tracker devices to luxury cars,’” (https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/10724891/Car-thieves-attached-tracker-devices-to-luxury-cars.html), published on 26 March 2014 in The Telegraph, the investigators at Birmingham Private Investigators shed light and share tips regarding tracking devices and conducting thorough surveillance.
The article by Keith Perry published in The Telegraph, on 26 March 2014: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/10724891/Car-thieves-attached-tracker-devices-to-luxury-cars.html, talks about a gang of car thieves who fit tracking devices into cars parked at the airport. Once the owners of the cars unknowingly park the vehicles, the gang of thieves easily steal the cars without alerting anyone. This is a very sophisticated method used by the thieves, as the original keys of the cars are replicated while still at the airport. Accordingly, the keys could not be tracked and were “contactless.” The cars were stolen either several weeks or months after the installation of tracking devices. This left the owners not only confused, but also completely flabbergasted at the sudden and quiet nature of the theft. The gang is said to have conducted car theft worth almost seventy thousand pounds, including fancy and ostentatious cars like Mercedes, Bentley and the McLaren Sports car. Police also claimed that the gang has hired someone to work as a valet at the airport to make the task easier and less open to suspicion.
Responding to the article published in The Telegraph, Private Investigators at Birmingham (https://birmingham-privateinvestigators.co.uk) spoke out about the importance of protecting oneself from unauthorized and dangerous surveillance protocols. Oftentimes, when someone holds an authoritative position in a renowned company, heads turn and the individual comes under theft radar. For this reason, such individuals must ensure protection by running thorough surveillance checks in professional and private circles. Surveillance cameras outside and inside offices and homes allows individuals to keep a strict eye on people entering and leaving the premises. The cameras also prove useful in notifying security long before any damage can be done. The private investigators at Birmingham use the finest technology to prevent such issues by bugging offices, cars, phones and laptops. This notifies the experts each time an unauthorized action is observed.
The chief investigator at Birmingham Private Investigators, Viv Clarke, shares information about the importance of tracking devices while conducting surveillance. The expert says, “We have come across this problem several times. People who live a well-off life or hold a high position within a company are bound to attract unnecessary attention. Once the damage is done, it is difficult for the police to track the source of the crime. Our job is not only to prevent all sorts of similar wrongdoings, we also ensure that we track these offences and get to the root of the problem. We ensure complete protection of our customers at all times.” Viv Clarke can be contacted via the company’s email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) or the company phone number (0121 259 0063).