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Arizona Officers Quickly Locate Stolen Ford Pickup, Parked with Suspect in Driver’s Seat

On March 9, 2012, a 2004 Ford F250 pickup truck was stolen from the parking lot of a restaurant in the 600 block of North 44th Street in Phoenix while the owner dined inside. When the owner returned for the vehicle, he discovered it missing and immediately contacted the Phoenix Police Department to report the

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Lincoln Welder Stolen from Chandler Construction Site, Recovered in Remote Area, One Arrested

On February 13, 2012, a contractor contacted the Chandler Police Department to report that a 2008 Lincoln Welder had been stolen from his construction site. Chandler Police completed a report about the stolen equipment, and had the information entered into the state and federal crime computer systems. This routine police action automatically activated the LoJack

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Thief Claimed to Have Purchased Honda Accord — Arrested for Grand Theft Auto

On Tuesday evening, April 3, 2012, the owner of a 1996 Honda Accord 4-door sedan contacted the Hialeah Police Department to the vehicle stolen. Upon arrival at the scene, the responding officer met with the owner of the Accord, who reported that while he was at the library, someone had stolen the Honda from where

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Uncle Stolen Niece’s Honda Accord — Recovered Quickly, Abandoned, at Shopping Mall

On Monday morning, March 26, 2012, the owner of a 2007 Honda Accord 4-door sedan contacted the West Palm Beach Police Department to report the vehicle stolen. Upon arrival at the scene, the responding officer met with the owner of the Accord, who reported that on Friday evening, she left her home and went out

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Thief Steals Keys and Toyota Highlander at the Gym, Busted When Car Ran Out of Gas

On Friday afternoon, the owner of a 2010 Toyota Highlander sport utility vehicle contacted the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office to report the vehicle stolen. Upon arrival at the scene, the responding officer met with the owner of the Highlander, who explained that sometime while he was at the gym someone had stolen his keys

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Audi A-6 Stolen and Recovered, Minutes Later, in Miami by Police Using LoJack

On Thursday morning, March 8, 2012, the owner of a 2010 Audi A6 4-door sedan contacted the North Miami Police Department to report the vehicle stolen. Upon arrival at the scene, the responding officer met with the owner of the Audi, who explained that he had parked his car in front of a pharmacy at

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“Friend” Gives a Ride, Then Steals Porsche Boxter — Vehicle Quickly Recovered

On Saturday afternoon, April 7, 2012, the owner of a 2007 Porsche Boxter contacted the Cape Coral Police Department to report the vehicle stolen. Upon arrival at the Cape Coral Police Department headquarters, the responding officer met with the owner of the Boxter. The owner explained that a “friend” helped him drive his car from

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Mercedes Benz Stolen in South Carolina, Recovered Days Later 30 Miles Away in North Carolina

In the early morning hours April 8, 2012, the owner of a 2002 Mercedes Benz returned to where the vehicle was parked – believing it to be safe – only to discover that it missing. The owner quickly reported the crime to the Marlboro County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) in Bennettsville, SC. MSCO deputies completed a

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Washington Police Stop Stolen Kia Soul, Take One Suspect into Custody for Theft

Late in the evening of April 25, 2012, a 2010 Kia Soul was stolen from the 900 block of Pacific Avenue in Bremerton by someone known to the owner. When the owner discovered the theft, he reported it to the Bremerton Police Department. Officers completed a stolen vehicle report and had the Kia’s information entered

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14-Year Old LoJack System Enables Quick Recovery of Stolen Honda Accord

 A 1997 Honda Accord was stolen between the late evening hours of April 25, 2012 and early morning of April 26 from the owner’s residence in the 7900 block of SE 72nd Avenue in Portland.  When the owner discovered the theft, he reported it to the Portland Police Bureau. Portland Police completed the stolen vehicle

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