please be careful of what you buy on the net.
Particularly a question to you as an interested buyer ask yourself.
Is the price so low, that the item for sale may not have been anything other than stolen?
the Answer we keep coming back to.
the 27-year-old Daniel Iversen told yesterday in the B. T., how he has committed 350 to 400 burglaries in people's houses.
He says now, what he did with the stolen goods.
"I had a handful of hælere, firmly took the things I came up with," says Daniel Iversen and continues:
"It was often, we got, what do you call it, a købmandsseddel of what they sought, and then it was just about to go on the prowl."
It happened, however, that hælerne of the other thieves had got what was on their list.
So he had to even stand for the deal with tyvekosterne. He did it with the ads on the web, and most often it was with great success.
"It could be Facebook and The Blue paper. Here puts you just stuff into, and people are ecstatic when they find designerlamper to a third of the new price and really want to buy it. The receipt shall make the not so much questions," he says.
Daniel Iversen and his hælere is not the only one to sell stolen goods. Far from it even.
According to The Crime prevention Council are translated annually for the approximately three billion. dollars Betpipo of goods are stolen in Denmark.
"a Great many of the goods come from burglaries in private homes. Therefore, there is good reason to make an effort to prevent the handling of stolen goods – the extensive trade in stolen goods – thus we can reduce the number of burglaries," says Britt Wendelbo, who is the head of the campaign, Stay Safe.
Although Daniel Iversen like many other burglars to sell stolen goods, it was not enough for him.
He had a special trick, when he sold the stolen goods.
"The best part was, if I could come out and deliver the goods with him, who would buy it. For typical so invite the people in, and when you are inside the home, so you can see if there is something you can use," he says.
the interest Was great for the item sold, he has also chosen to steal it a second time.
"If it was, then came back some days after and took the things one could use – plus the one they had sold," he says.
Pr-manager at Den Blå Avis, Sabine Danielle Petersen, is not happy about the announcement.
"We are very sorry if people are being scammed when trading on the DBA. It is important to stress that this case is extreme. It is an unscrupulous person who exploits the marketplace and people's trust," she says.
Directly when asked beats Daniel Iversen stuck to The Blue paper never have asked the questions that he repeatedly advertise the same goods.
"No, it's not there, I've certainly not heard anything of it. Amazingly enough," he says.
Sabine Danielle Petersen would like to have users to turn if they suspect that any goods are so cheap, because is stolen.
"that is Why we encourage people to report ads and profiles that they deem suspicious, to the DBA's customer service, who quickly follows up on the notification. Thus, a fraudster can more quickly be stopped," she says.
Date Of Update: 02 December 2019, 21:00