The thieves have been found and sentenced who drove into the Red Bull F1 HQ lobby and ousted 60 trophys last December

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 Red Bull Racing’s headquarters in Milton KeynesIn the past decade, the Red Bull Formula 1 team has had a presence on the podium at 119 finishes. In terms of outright championships, Red Bull Racing won both the constructors’ and drivers’ titles from 2010 straight through 2013.The four men, Danny Stevens, Paul Smith, Jason Eastwood and Luke Cole, are charged with stealing $1.5 million in goods from this and other heists. 60 trophies were stolen, 20 were recovered from a lake.In April 2015, four attacks were carried out, all of which involved the gang using propane gas explosions with propane and fireworks in attempts to get into ATMs. Working with several other men in what was described as "serious organised crime," the gang was eventually found hiding out in caravans at a Travellers site. When police arrived at the caravan park they discovered an ATM machine the group had not been able to break into had been hidden behind a caravan. Of the £1m stolen, just £52,000 was recovered, from the stashed cash machine discovered at the caravan park. The men admitted 38 charges of conspiracy to burgle and conspiracy to steal, which included a number of ATM thefts as well as licence plate and thefts of luxury vehicles including Audis, Mercedes and pick-up trucks. the most complete article about this is at