Bag Containing Paris Olympic Games' Security Plans Stolen From Train

An investigation is being performed by the regional transport police (Representational photograph)

Paris:

A bag containing a pc and two USB reminiscence sticks holding police safety plans for the Paris Olympic Video games was stolen on Monday night from a practice on the capital’s Gare du Nord station, police sources mentioned Tuesday.

The bag belonged to an engineer from Paris Metropolis Corridor, the police mentioned, confirming a report by BFM tv, including that he had put the bag within the baggage compartment above his seat.

As his practice was delayed, he determined to vary trains at which level he found the theft. 

The engineer mentioned his work laptop and two USB sticks contained delicate information, specifically the municipal police’s plans for securing the Olympics.

An investigation is being performed by the regional transport police.

Paris Metropolis Corridor was not in a position to instantly remark when contacted by AFP.

Two thousand municipal law enforcement officials will likely be deployed through the Video games, with a complete of round 35,000 safety forces anticipated to be on responsibility every day for the Olympics that begin on July 26.

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