On December 26, a resident of Boston parked his 2007 Honda Accord in the city; when he returned for the vehicle the following morning, he discovered it missing. The victim immediately contacted the Boston Police Department to report the theft. Boston Police responded to the scene, prepared a stolen vehicle report and had the stolen

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Top 10 Auto Theft Recoveries of 2011

  • December 28, 2011
  • recovery stories

From tracking down multiple carjackers and a kidnapper to recovering vehicles from inside garages and steel shipping containers, these stories demonstrate how LoJack continues to be the most effective system today for stolen vehicle recovery. Here are LoJack’s Best Recovery Stories from 2011: #10 Thief Defeats GPS Service, but LoJack Gets Escalade Back – Atlanta

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When a construction company discovered that their rented 2005 Takeuchi tractor had been stolen, they immediately filed a theft report with the San Antonio Police Department. After all the pertinent information was gathered, the police entered the equipment’s information into the National Crime Information Center computers, which automatically activated the LoJack System covertly installed on

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When a construction company discovered that their rented 2005 Takeuchi tractor had been stolen, they immediately filed a theft report with the San Antonio Police Department. After all the pertinent information was gathered, the police entered the equipment’s information into the National Crime Information Center computers, which automatically activated the LoJack System covertly installed on

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Four Times Stolen, Four Times Recovered with LoJack

  • October 18, 2011
  • recovery stories

In this amazing story, the owner of a 1994 Honda Accord reported his vehicle stolen to the Fresno office of the California Highway Patrol. About 1 hour and fifteen minutes later, officers from the Fresno County Auto Theft Task Force began receiving the silent signal from the stolen vehicle on their onboard LoJack Police Tracking

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