A Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. (LON:BC94) (KRX:0059935) factory in Brazil was recently robbed by aggressive thieves who stole roughly $36 million in merchandise. It is reported the thieves car jacked one employee shuttle and held 100 factory employees on hostage while stealing truckloads of smartphones, tablets, and computers.
The Samsung factory incident
There was about 20 bandits involved in this incident, seven of them stopped the shuttle on the way to the factory while their associates took six employees to a remote location where they were released. The group then took the last remaining two employees to the factory and disarmed the security guards. They also kept all the workers together to prevent them from contacting anyone.
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The heist took place in a factory in Campinas, a town 60 miles north of Sao Paulo. Fortunately, no Samsung employees were harmed during the