Recommended Reading: The Time Bandits Of Southern California
I can’t resist, I love a decent heist story. Yet, while I may leave Heat playing on an extra screen in my office, genuine heists do occur, and this story from GQ follows a Southern California activity that worked in crush and-snatch occupations at extravagance fake watch costs It’s a long and captivating read that follows both the consistent example of thefts, the sluggish uncover of those included, and a specialist dead set on putting all the pieces together.
From $600,000 worth of fake watch prices removed from a moving vehicle on the 405 to taken vehicles, pack ties, and a fence nicknamed “The Russian,” in the event that you live in Southern California and love fake watch prices you probably know the stores that these men focused in a binge of thefts that regularly endured under two minutes. This is a story with the entirety of the makings of an extraordinary heist film (the monikers alone) and rather than money or workmanship, the baddies needed watches.
Click here for the full story. Try not to avoid this one, it’s a wild ride and the heroes win eventually.
Illustration: Johnny Dombrowski for GQ