Fresh US-Radar for sale as scrap metal in Ukropia (LMAO)

September 4, 2015

Translated by Kristina Rus

Mobilized Gypsies stole a radar of the U.S. forces worth 215-thousand dollars at Yavorovsky polygon

This morning reported:

In Ukraine a radar for the drone ТАLS belonging to the U.S. armed forces was stolen

On the territory of Yavorovsky polygon in the Lvov region a radar for unmanned aircraft ТАLS belonging to the Armed forces of the United States of America was stolen, the law enforcement reported to UNN.

The incident occurred on September 2, at the Yavorovsky polygon near the village of Visoch.

According to law enforcement, the cost of the radar is estimated at 215 thousand dollars.

Suspects have already been detained. They were two local residents, who were in possession of the radar to the drone.

The property has already been returned to Yavorovsky polygon.

The criminal proceedings were initiated under part 5 of article 185 of the criminal code of Ukraine (theft on especially large scale). The thiefs face imprisonment from seven to twelve years with confiscation of property.


However, later a Transcarpathian website posted more detailed information:

Transcarpathian Roma caused huge losses to the polygon

The mobilized could not leave their usual lifestyle behind.

A daring robbery occurred on Wednesday, September 2.

From the territory of Yavorovsky polygon two residents of the Transcarpathian region stole military hardware worth 215 000 dollars. About it reported a press-service of regional police.

The disappearance of the property was discovered on September 2 by officer of the training center, who reported the theft to the police.

On the same day, law enforcement officers identified the persons involved in the theft of equipment.

"They were two Roma from Transcarpathia", - stated in the message.

In turn, the detainees confessed that they had planned to sell the stolen equipment for scrap. (LMFAO! the uploader)

At the moment, all the equipment was seized and returned to the polygon.

P. S. Transcarpathian Roma showed their talents of "innate spies" without even having been in a combat zone.