Officers from the Guardia Civil have arrested 6 people as part in a criminal network responsible for 57 crimes, 40 of which were the suspect theft of high-end vehicles from Toledo, Alicante, Madrid Murcia and Guadalajara. Under operation “Driven”, the gang members are also charged with a variety of offences, including attempted theft, receiving stolen goods, damage, falsification of public documents, undermining enforcement officers and serious disobedience of an enforcement officer. Of those arrested, there are 5 men and a woman of Spanish and Armenian nationalities, aged between 22 and 41 years of age. During the raids conducted by officers, 7 vehicles have been recovered and another 7 partially scrapped, along with devices for cloning keys and electronic equipment used to create and copy vehicle starter codes. The officers also seized another 2 vehicles believed to legitimately belong to members of the gang, although they are suspected of having been used to commit crime. The recovered material alone has a value in excess of 800,000 euro as the operation focused on the theft of 40 luxury vehicles and the attempted theft of a further 9. The arrests through operation “Driven” showed collaboration between the Guardia Civil, THE Judicial Police of Toledo and the National Police based in Elche. The post Luxury Vehicle Gang Arrested appeared first on Driving In Spain.