Craigslist Sale Gone Wrong

  • October 11, 2011
  • jaleman

In this amazing story, the victim sold his vehicle via craigslist, and days later discovered the suspect/buyer had paid for it with a bad check. The victim was unable to locate the suspect/buyer and met with the Modesto Police to report the vehicle stolen. A theft report was completed and the vehicle information was entered

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This BMW was reported stolen in July 2011. Below is a first-hand account from one of LoJack’s Law Enforcement Liaisons: I was roughly 2 miles away when it (LoJack System) activated. I was S/B I-5 coming into Sacramento. I got off and started tracking and called the CHP & PD. After about 15 minutes of

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Just five minutes after the LoJack system was activated on a stolen 2007 Yamaha YZR motorcycle, the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department’s Air-7, Parks Bureau police and the California Highway Patrol tracked the signal to a self-storage complex. They gained access to the complex and located and observed one male suspect stripping the victim’s stolen motorcycle.

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A stolen, LoJack-equipped 2010 Takeuchi TB235 Mini Excavator was tracked by three different North Carolina law enforcement agencies to a farmhouse in Johnston County. There, officers found 11 other pieces of stolen equipment worth a total of $150K+. Warrants charging those involved are pending. Nice work by law enforcement!

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An Essex County sheriff’s officer on patrol in Newark discovered a truck loaded with five vehicles — including two Lincoln Navigators and a LoJack-equipped Jaguar station wagon — which was reported stolen from Elizabeth, NJ hours earlier. Click Here To Read The Full Story

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