Thieves snatch DaimlerChrysler boss's limo -paper

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FRANKFURT, Nov 22 (Reuters) - Thieves made off with DaimlerChrysler Chief Executive Juergen Schrempp's armoured Mercedes limousine while the high-powered car was parked on a Stuttgart street, a newspaper reported on Monday. "The car was unattended for just 20 minutes. The thieves must have loaded it onto a truck and it was gone," the mass-circulation Bild quoted an investigator as saying, suggesting the 500-horsepower S 600 model was now abroad. A spokeswoman for the German-American ...

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