Green Vault Burglary

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Green vault in Dresden: Interpol is looking for clan members
Green vault in Dresden: Interpol is looking for clan members
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After the raid in Berlin and in connection with the results of the investigation into the break-in into the Green Vault, Interpol is also looking for two clan members internationally.

The two brothers are accused of being masterminds of the crime.

After an apparently deliberate fire on a transformer building, the perpetrators broke into the museum in Dresden and stole several brilliant sets.

In 194 member countries, searches have been carried out for the two since November 17, 2020.

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Successful investigation into the break-in of the Green Vault
Grünes Gewölbe
Grünes Gewölbe Credit: Jörg Blobelt (Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 4.0)

The public prosecutor's office is certain that the Berlin Remmo clan is responsible for the break-in in the Grünes Gewölbe in Dresden. The Dresden Higher Regional Court has already issued arrest warrants against two provisionally arrested suspects, two perpetrators on the run.

During the searches carried out in Berlin on Tuesday, it is still uncertain whether parts of the loot were found.

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Germany, Burglary at "Green Vault": Technical deficiencies known since 2018
Grünes Gewölbe
Grünes Gewölbe Credit: Jörg Blobelt (Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 4.0)

The technical shortcomings at the Green Vault (German: "Grünes Gewölbe") in Dresden were known longer than previously thought. The managing director of the Saxon Real Estate and Construction Management (SIB) announced in a press interview that an exchange of the surveillance cameras had already been decided at the end of 2018. Due to complicated planning and ordering conditions, the exchange was only possible one and a half years later.

According to the current state of the investigation, the public prosecutor and the police assume that the perpetrators knew about this security vulnerability and were actively exploiting it. In 2019, 20 single pieces of the three larger jewel sets containing 100 pieces in total were stolen.