LoJack’s Top 3 Auto Theft Recovery Stories of 2011

  • February 16, 2012
  • jaleman

Below you will find our top 3 recovery stories of 2011. You can view the entire top 10 on our  “Top 10 Auto Theft Recoveries of 2011” post.

#3 LoJack Helps Police Arrest Alleged Murder Suspect – A stolen Honda Civic equipped with LoJack led Connecticut police to the apprehension of an alleged murder suspect from Massachusetts, who was wanted in connection with the disappearance of a 36-year-old resident.  The vehicle was recovered, but sadly the resident was later found murdered.

#2 Recovery of LoJack-Equipped Honda Busts International Theft Ring  –Through tracking a Honda CVR equipped with LoJack to a shipping container being driven to a shipyard in Chicago, police pursued an investigation that led to the bust of an expansive international theft ring.   This crime ring spanned from Tennessee to Illinois to New York – and included multiple stolen vehicles – valued at more than $200,000 — all ready to set sail to Africa.

And, the number one recovery story of the year…

#1 LoJack Helps Police Find Kidnapped Child and Apprehend Kidnapper – LoJack helped Illinois police track down a criminal who had kidnapped a four-year-old child and drove off with her in the family van. When police found the van empty, they embarked on a manhunt and found the suspect on a busy street with the little girl.  Thanks to LoJack – which the mother did not even realize was hidden in her van – the child was rescued unharmed, the vehicle was recovered and the suspect was charged with kidnapping and possession of a stolen vehicle.

About LoJack Corporation
LoJack Corporation, the company that invented the stolen vehicle recovery market more than 25 years ago, is the global leader in finding and recovering a wide range of mobile assets including cars, construction equipment and motorcycles—having recovered nearly $4 billion USD in stolen assets worldwide.   In today’s rapidly changing world, LoJack’s core competencies are more valuable and more relevant than ever as they are now being applied into new areas, such as the prevention, detection and recovery of stolen cargo and finding and rescuing people with cognitive conditions such as autism and Alzheimer’s.  For more information, visit www.lojack.com, www.twitter.com/LoJackCorp or www.Facebook.com/LoJackCorp.