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LoJack Helps NY Police Quickly Recover Stolen Backhoe Hiding Out at Kennedy Airport

In this recovery, the owner of a Caterpillar backhoe locked it up at a job site in Queens and discovered it missing when the crew came back to work the next morning. Since the backhoe was equipped with a LoJack System, the owner immediately called NYPD and reported it stolen. Within less than two hours,

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Trying To Hide From LoJack? Fuhgeddaboudit…

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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Motorcycle Chop Shop Operating Out of Self-Storage Complex Busted by LoJack

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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Recovered Mini-Excavator Leads NC Police to 11 Other Pieces of Stolen Equipment

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!

LoJack led Georgia police to an alleged “auto repair shop,” which was housing a rash of stolen vehicles.

ATLANTA (CBS ATLANTA) – The Georgia State Patrol and Atlanta Police Department said they raided what appeared to be an auto repair shop in the 1300 block of Miller Reed Avenue Monday afternoon. But detectives said when they went inside they discovered a chop shop for stolen vehicles. APD said it was tipped off by

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Essex County sheriff finds truck carrying 5 stolen vehicles

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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