UNITED KINGDOM.- A “Game Boy” pirataSUP” is the innovative tool for robo of the cars more modern, even electrical.

But it is not a videogamebut a modern device whose program cheats al vehicle to make you believe that you have the wrench electronics.

In a video released by the Policeman at United Kingdom it is possible to see the new technique used.

Car theft with pirate “game boy”

A few seconds are enough; First, two subjects approach the parked car and check that there is no one nearby.

One of them takes out of his pocket what appears to be the “Nintendo Game Boy”, But instead it is a device similar, some of them with the legend SUP.

A few moments are enough for the car stay unlocked completely.

Thieves mock security scheme

And once inside, it takes the thieves a few moments outwit the scheme from security thanks to this device, which tricks the car into thinking that the wrench encoded It is located inside the unit, reported El Universal.

Finally, they turn on the parked van at the entrance of a home and they retire stealing the car like this.

Cops managed to arrest those responsible and ensure the device, which, according to the same authority, was acquired by the thieves for just over $ 27,000.

How the “game boy” robacoches works

It is a program with a menu with several options that are segmented by brand of autos.

It generates a large number of combinations that are originally assigned to the smart keys of the cars.

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When you find the combination of the wrench of that vehicle, the device will appear to be the presence key and, while it is near the car, it will light up and start without any problem.

According to the officers, the device was bought in Internet by thieves and it cost them 27 thousand dollars, something like little more than half a million pesos at the current exchange rate.

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