Cheats took two loads of champagne worth ₹ 5.3 crore and drove police on a rapid pursuit. The occurrence unfurled on Saturday close to Reims, arranged in the core of the Champagne locale, where the trucks were accounted for taken, BBC announced.
Officials had the option to effectively find the trucks, furnished with GPS beacons, and started a pursuit on the A4 motorway among Reims and Paris.
While the taken champagne was at last recuperated by the police, the culprits figured out how to get away.
As indicated by French media, the trucks were taken from a Reims-put together organization with respect to Saturday morning. The two trailers contained very good quality champagne by Moet and Chandon.
A fast pursuit followed, during which the drivers hopped from their 38-ton vehicles and effectively dodged catch.
The trucks were followed on the A4 close to Pontault-Combault, around 20km from focal Paris, in the early long periods of Saturday, BBC revealed.
Two squad cars partook in the pursuit, during which the criminals endeavored to lose them by making abrupt turns. At the point when policing one of the trucks to dial back, the driver jumped off and was quickly gotten by a car following the guard. The vehicle quickly hurried away.
The subsequent truck took the resulting exit and was subsequently found without its driver. An examination is in progress.
All the champagne bottles were effectively recuperated flawless and intact, though somewhat shaken.