“Audi Gang” member gets four years in German ATM burglaries
A court in Aachen sentenced 25-year-old Mohamed al B. to four years and three months in prison on Wednesday. Dutch man was found guilty of committing two ATM bombings in Germany as part of the so-called Audi gang, NOS reports.
Mohamed al B. is held responsible for bombing and burglarizing in Florsheim am Main last year and another one in Aachen. He denies being involved in the bombings, but admitted that he stole an Audi.
The German Prosecutor demanded 7 years against Al B. on Wednesday morning.
The Audi-gang is a Dutch gang believed to be responsible for a number of ATM bombing attacks. After each attack, the members speed back to the Netherlands, almost always in stolen Audis. In February two Dutch people were killed in an accident with a stolen Audi. They were associated with the gang.