US law enforcement is looking for a Lithuanian couple suspected of 100,000 theft of goods worth US dollars

US law enforcement is looking for a Lithuanian couple suspected of 100,000 theft of goods worth US dollars
US law enforcement is looking for a Lithuanian couple suspected of 100,000 theft of goods worth US dollars

Recently, the US media began to flash with reports about two wanted suspects from Lithuania. The American press refers to the Livingston (Illinois) County Sheriff’s Office press release that Gytis Česnaitis and Kamilė Andriuškevičiūtė are wanted for a major theft of GPS devices. According to the police, the couple is suspected of three separate thefts, during which the total value of the stolen equipment reaches about 100,000 US dollars (about 95.6 thousand euros).

The suspects were last seen traveling in 2012. Dodge Avenger of the show. Anyone who sees this vehicle or the people being sought is urged to call 911.

The suspects were reportedly last seen in Lisle and Naperville before disappearing from forensics. When they were captured, G. Česnaitis was traveling by car with K. Andriuškevičiūta.

According to available data, on November 18, they escaped from Livingston County. According to the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office, G. Česnaitis and K. Andriuškevičiūtė were last seen traveling near Lisle in 2012. show in a Dodge Avenger with Illinois license plates DK73606.

The police tried to detain the car and the suspects, but neither the vehicle nor the Lithuanians could be found so far, so the law enforcement decided to turn to the public for help.

Americans who think they have seen K. Andriuškevičiūtė or G. Česnaitis, or the aforementioned car, are encouraged to call 911.


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