Devious thieves wear a sports shirt through the gate lock to steal a car

Copper thieves wear sport fishing shirts that casually cut through a gate padlock and attach a caravan to their car before they drive away

  • Thieves were caught on the camera that invaded a property and stole a caravan
  • Two men with a high fish vest cut the padlock to the gate and entered
  • The men quietly attached the caravan to their car before they slowly drove away

Cheeky thieves are caught raiding a camera before they casually steal a caravan.

CCTV cameras were made when the two high-waisted men cut the padlock on the fence of the house in Christchurch on the south island of New Zealand last week.

The men can walk quietly to the site before attaching the caravan to their vehicle and driving away.

CCTV cameras & # 39; s made the moment the two men with high fish jackets cut the padlock on the fence of the house in Christchurch on the south island of New Zealand, last week

CCTV cameras & # 39; s made the moment the two men with high fish jackets cut the padlock on the fence of the house in Christchurch on the south island of New Zealand, last week

Resident Bevan Allington posted the shocking images on Facebook hoping to track down the thieves.

& # 39; Close caravans, trailers, boats if possible & # 39 ;, says his Facebook message.

& # 39; No blocking stops determining (thieve).

& # 39; These (thieves) must be stopped before they strike again! & # 39;

The caravan is a white Zephyr, blue pinstripes and the 70EDU license plate.

A barbecue, two gas bottles, a generator, 12-volt inverter, fishing rods, camping chairs and a folding table were also stolen from the property.

The men can walk quietly to the site before attaching the caravan to their vehicle and driving away

The men can walk quietly to the site before attaching the caravan to their vehicle and driving away

The men can walk quietly to the site before attaching the caravan to their vehicle and driving away

Resident Bevan Allington posted the shocking images on Facebook hoping to track down the thieves

Resident Bevan Allington posted the shocking images on Facebook hoping to track down the thieves

Resident Bevan Allington posted the shocking images on Facebook hoping to track down the thieves

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