May 16, 2022

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Russian forces stole $5 million worth of agricultural vehicles from John Deere Agency, which remotely kept equipment thieves away

Russian forces stole $5 million worth of agricultural vehicles from John Deere Agency, which remotely kept equipment thieves away

  • Russian forces stole nearly $5 million in agricultural equipment from the John Deere Agency in Melitopol.

  • The stolen device was located via GPS and locked, preventing its use.

  • Source: When the invaders drove the stolen reapers to Chechnya, they realized that they could not even run them. He told CNN.

Russian forces occupying the Ukrainian city of Melitopol stole nearly $5 million in agricultural vehicles from John Deere Agency and shipped some more than 700 miles away to Chechnya. CNN reportedonly to find that it was rendered useless by a remote locking system that prevented thieves from operating the equipment.

Two combine harvesters, worth $300,000 each, as well as 27 other tractors, seeders, and additional pieces of equipment were stolen from the dealership. But remote access technology for equipment, which allows GPS tracking and remote operation of some vehicles, has prevented its use.

A source familiar with the accident He told CNN.

While the equipment could still be scrapped and sold for spare parts by Russian forces, the source said it was dumped on a farm near Grozny.

Melitopol – a city in the southeast of the country – was under Russian occupation Since early March. Other recent reports from the area stated that the invading forces had been looted Gold Museum and stole Hundreds of thousands of tons of grain from the region.

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