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Man captured after ‘attacking 50 lodging rooms in Ibiza, Majorca and Barcelona using fake key cards’

Man captured after ‘attacking 50 lodging rooms in Ibiza, Majorca and Barcelona using fake key cards’


  • The unnamed man allegedly stole laptops, watches and mobile phones
  • Spanish Civil Guard officers tracked down and arrested a man from Albania 
  • He has been charged with 50 thefts but the investigation is still ongoing 

A man has been captured on doubt of striking 50 inn rooms in Spanish occasion hotspots prominent with British travelers by opening key card locks with electronic gear.

The 24-year-old has been blamed for taking from holidaymakers in Ibiza, Majorca and Barcelona.

He is thought to have broken into inn rooms utilizing home-made phony key cards.

The revelation raises doubt about the unwavering quality of electronic bolts now utilized by colossal quantities of inns and other open structures far and wide.

The anonymous man purportedly stole portable workstations, watches and cell phones while visitors were out touring.

Toward the finish of a year ago, Police saw a spike in burglaries from inn rooms in the noteworthy town of Calvia on the Balearic Island of Majorca.

Officers acknowledged somebody had been utilizing a phony key to get into the rooms, undetected by inn laborers.

On October the 13, staff in a lodging in Magaluf, a noteworthy occasion resort on the Spanish island of Majorca, caught a man in the act following a burglary.

He figured out how to pursue away a battle with lodging specialists however police recuperated electronic hardware from the scene that had been utilized to open the entryways.

Officers from the Spanish Civil Guard in the end found and captured a man from Albania.

In his room they supposedly found an electronic gadget for undermining locks and additionally various things they suspected were stolen.

Police speculate him of offering the stolen merchandise at second-hand shops in the city of Palma, the capital of Majorca.

It is thought they additionally discovered proof of him offering things in Barcelona, capital of Spain’s north-eastern Catalonia district.

They checked the things and connected them to announced robberies in Palma, Magaluf and Barcelona.

A portion of the things supposedly connected the man to attacks at inns on the Spanish party island of Ibiza, additionally in the Balearics.

Police now trust that the man voyaged all around the nation to take from inn rooms.

He has been accused of 50 robberies however the examination is as yet progressing and police trust he may have carried out more wrongdoings.