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Securitas Says It’s War

Published fredag 10 mars 2006 kl 12.00
The Securitas depot in Tonbridge, Kent

The head of Sweden’s Securitas company says they are at war against an enemy that will use any means, including kidnapping children and military weapons.

The comments by CEO Thomas Berglund come after a series of recent armed robberies of the company’s cash depots and armored cars in Britain and Sweden, most recently at Gothenburg’s Landvetter airport. Berglund rejects suggestions that someone within the organization is helping the thieves.

The British police announced Thursday that they have recovered nearly 20 million pounds of the 53 million stolen last month in Britain’s largest cash robbery ever,

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