- Two women from Qatar shortly after their arrival at the Le Bourget airport on a motorway robbed of their luggage in Paris. In it sat under other garments and jewelery with an estimated value of 5 million euros, French media report.
The car and driver in which two women were sitting was Monday night at the height of a gas station forced to stop. Two men sprayed some sort of tear gas inside and went there with the luggage off.
According to the police performed more frequently similar robberies on the A1. The motorway connects the airport Le Bourget and Charles de Gaulle. The robbers are usually provided by wealthy tourists from Gulf Arab states. In August 2014 a convoy of the Saudi embassy was right for a driveway robberies to the A1.