LoJack System Helps Miami-Dade Police Department Recover a Stolen 2006 Infiniti M35

  • August 31, 2017
  • recovery stories


The owner of a 2006 Infiniti M35 parked their car in front of the home. The owner placed the key to the Infiniti in a very safe place. They kept the key to that place very close to them. The next morning they discovered the key that was supposed to be very close to them missing, the key to their car, along with the contents of the very safe place, their car and their roommate missing. The owner contacted the Hialeah Police Department to report their Infiniti stolen. The responding officer prepared a stolen vehicle report, theft affidavit and had the vehicle’s information entered into the state and federal crime information computers, which automatically activates the LoJack® System concealed in the Infiniti.

Shortly after activation, while on routine patrol, a Miami-Dade Police Department officer picked up the silent LoJack signal from the stolen M35 on their on-board LoJack Police Tracking Computer (PTC), that are installed in law enforcement patrol vehicles and aircraft. The officer began tracking the stolen Infiniti by following the directional and audible cues on their PTC’s screen. The officer, along with their backup, located the 4-door sedan in the 14500 block of South Dixie Highway. The Infiniti was recovered, removed from state and federal crime information computer systems by the entering agency and released to the owner, who responded to the scene.

The LoJack® System was installed in the 2006 Infiniti M35 in June 2008 at Nationwide Infiniti Isuzu in Timonium, Maryland.