Keyless thieves who stole high-end cars are jailed
Prolific pair took Range-Rovers, BMWs and Jaguars worth millions of pounds
11 December, 2018 — By Tom Foot
TWO prolific thieves who used keyless programming technology to steal an estimated £6million of high-end cars have been jailed.
Tariq Elgzaly, 36, of Westbourne Grove, was sentenced to six years and Hakim Aziz, 30, of Sutherland Avenue, Maida Vale, got four years and four months at Blackfriars Crown Court on Tuesday. Both pleaded guilty to theft and conspiracy to convert criminal property.
They stole Range-Rovers, BMWs and Jaguars and then organised fake number plates to be put on them, police said.