Four arrested in Red Bull trophies robbery

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Four arrested in Red Bull trophies robbery
Pablo Elizalde
By: Pablo Elizalde
May 28, 2015, 10:27 AM

Four men have been arrested by UK Police in connection with the theft of trophies from the Red Bull factory late last year.

FIA Formula One World Champion Sebastian Vettel with the Drivers' trophy
FIA Formula One World Championship: Christian Horner, Red Bull with the Constructors' trophy

A total of 60 trophies were stolen from Red Bull Racing's factory in Milton Keynes on December 6, with some 20 recovered from a lake 10 days later.

According to the BBC's Crimewatch TV show, four men allegedly involved in the robbery had been arrested, although there has been no official confirmation from the Thames Valley Police yet.

"In January we appealed for your help following the theft of trophies from the Infinity [Red Bull] Formula 1 team's headquarters in Milton Keynes," said presenter Sonali Shah.

"The latest is that four men have now been arrested in connection with the thefts and are currently in custody."

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