On January 4, 2012, the owner of a 2006 Toyota Tundra was working delivering newspapers when he stopped for a cup of coffee and left the engine to his vehicle running. While he was inside the coffee shop, the suspects jumped into the Toyota and drove off. The victim immediately contacted the Lodi Police and reported the

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After the owner of a 2009 Honda CBR1000 motorcycle reported their bike stolen to North Las Vegas Police Department, the motorcycle’s information was entered into the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) computers, which automatically activated the LoJack transponder concealed on the bike. Within 48 hours of the bike being discovered missing, multiple police agencies in

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The owner of a 2006 Toyota Tundra was working — delivering newspapers — when he stopped for a cup of coffee and left his vehicle’s engine running. When he went inside, the suspects saw an opportunity to jump in and drive off with the vehicle. The owner immediately contacted the Lodi, CA Police Department and

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The owner of a 2006 Toyota Tundra was working — delivering newspapers — when he stopped for a cup of coffee and left his vehicle’s engine running. When he went inside, the suspects saw an opportunity to jump in and drive off with the vehicle. The owner immediately contacted the Lodi, CA Police Department and

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Opportunistic thieves took advantage of an unfortunate situation involving a 75-year-old retired police officer earlier this week.  The retired officer, an owner of a 2006 Toyota Highlander, was disoriented due to a diabetic reaction while vacationing in Reno, NV. After he pulled off to the side of a street, an individual offered to assist the

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LoJack Doesn’t Just Work in the U.S.!

  • October 17, 2011
  • recovery stories

Yes, LoJack works internationally! When the owner of the 2002 BMW learned that his car had been stolen, he reported it to the police. The police then entered the vehicle’s information into the nationwide law enforcement stolen vehicle computer system.   A few hours after the owner reported his car stolen to Beaumont Police Department, the silent

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LoJack Doesn't Just Work in the U.S.!

  • October 17, 2011
  • recovery stories

Yes, LoJack works internationally! When the owner of the 2002 BMW learned that his car had been stolen, he reported it to the police. The police then entered the vehicle’s information into the nationwide law enforcement stolen vehicle computer system.   A few hours after the owner reported his car stolen to Beaumont Police Department, the silent

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Craigslist Sale Gone Wrong

  • October 11, 2011
  • recovery stories

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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