Two men who stole high-performance BMWs parked around Birmingham Airport have been jailed for a total of sixteen years.
Kevin Weldon, 33, and 32-year-old Christian Shan targeted the vehicles, which had been left in airport car-parks, Birmingham International train station and an airport hotel.
They broke into BMW M3s using engine management computers.
The pair also committed several burglaries between May and September 2011 in Solihull and Lapworth, Warwickshire.
Weldon and Shan were caught by police during a break-in at an address in Balsall Common in September 2011.
Weldon from Barrows Lane, Sheldon, admitted conspiracy to steal motor vehicles and conspiracy to commit burglary and at Birmingham Crown Court was jailed for a total of seven years.
Shan, from Saxondale Avenue, Sheldon, denied the charges but was found guilty by a unanimous jury and jailed for a total of nine years.