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Source: Swiss Canton Zug – news in German

Zug, December 4, 2020, 1:30 p.m.


Zug: weekend vandalism tour

An unknown perpetrator willfully damaged nine vehicles. The damage to property is considerable. The investigation is ongoing.

On three weekends in November, a total of nine vehicles were damaged along Chamerstrasse and in the Riedmatt area in the city of Zug. The hitherto unknown perpetrator smashed a window on four cars, a delivery van, two mobile homes, a caravan and a construction machine. Since no items were stolen from the vehicles, vandalism is a priority. The acts are likely to have been committed during the night.

The forensic service secured traces of the damaged vehicles. The criminal investigation department has started an investigation.

The vehicle is not a safe Even if nothing has been stolen in these cases, the Zug police remind you not to leave any valuables in the vehicle interior. Wallets, smartphones, notebooks, cameras as well as briefcases and business documents should be taken with you whenever possible. The perpetrators also search the glove compartment and trunk.

Don’t give thieves a chance Close windows, sunroof and trunk, even if you are only briefly away from the vehicle. The vehicle must be locked anytime and anywhere, even in supposedly safe places such as garages.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and / or sentence structure not be perfect.

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