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The Grinch Didn’t Count on the LoJack System

The owner of a 2007 Ford F-350 King Ranch contacted the St. Tammany, LA, Sheriff Office on Christmas morning to report that his vehicle had been stolen from where it was parked at a Ford Dealership in Slidell. The owner and his family were in the Slidell area for the holidays visiting family, when the

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LoJack Corporation Announces Its Top 10 Auto Theft Recoveries of 2012

LoJack Corporation today announced its top 10 auto theft recoveries of 2012.  From recovering stolen vehicles concealed in shipping containers bound for exportation overseas, to apprehending criminals who terrorized an elderly man, these stories demonstrate how the LoJack® Stolen Vehicle Recovery System continues to be highly effective for stolen vehicle recovery after helping recover more

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Mother Drives Stolen Car Into Parking Lot Full of Cops

Officers receive LoJack alert while gathered for ‘Shop with a Cop’ event BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. — A mother was arrested Wednesday after she drove a stolen car into the parking lot of a Walmart where more than two dozen police officers had congregated for a holiday tradition, Boynton Beach police said.Tesia Cain faces charges of

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LoJack Helps San Diego Police Air & Ground Units Recover Stolen 2012 Toyota Camry and Arrest Suspect

While it’s widely known that LoJack Corporation is the only stolen vehicle recovery system directly integrated with police cars, many people do not know we also equip many police aviation units across the country with LoJack police tracking computers. Having our equipment in aircrafts provides a unique advantage to LoJack customers because it provides a

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LoJack Corporation Customer Success Story – LoJack Helps Recover Cadillac Escalade Four Times

With a 90% success rate on cars, trucks and SUV’s and over 10,000 stolen vehicle recoveries per year, we here at LoJack receive unsolicited success stories and testimonials every day. Below is our most recent submission: My husband’s Escalade was recovered using LoJack for the 4th time just last Thursday from his office in Irvine.

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LoJack Helps Recover Stolen Kubota Tractor & Motorcycles

During the late evening to early morning hours of November 4 – 5th, thieves broke into an equipment storage area at an equipment rental store. They cut cables and locks securing a two-axle equipment trailer and a Kubota BX25 tractor equipped with a backhoe and front-end loader. The theft was discovered by the store employees

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Newly Released FBI Auto Theft Data Reveals Alarming Trends

The FBI recently released the results from their 2011 Uniform Crime Report.  While vehicle theft decreased 3% in 2011, we conducted in-depth analysis on the report and discovered a number of trends that demonstrate the need and importance of the LoJack Stolen Vehicle Recovery System:   The national recovery rate of stolen vehicles — 52%

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LoJack Helps Bronx District Attorney’s Office Recover Five Stolen Motorcycles

In cooperation with law enforcement, LoJack Corporation recovered over 10,000 cars and trucks last year. As you’re about to read, recoveries don’t always happen one at a time. After receiving an alert from their LoJack Early Warning System, the owner of a 2011 Suzuki GSX-R1000 contacted NYPD’s 45th precinct, to report their motorcycle as stolen.

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LoJack Corporation Helps Montgomery County Police Recover Multiple Stolen Vehicles Located Inside a Shipping Container Bound for Sea

If you live on or near the coast, today’s story is a great example of how LoJack can save your vehicle from ending up overseas in a matter of days. On November 8, 2012, the owner of a 2010 Toyota RAV-4  called the Montgomery County Police Department to report the theft of this vehicle from

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LoJack Helps Recover Stolen Case Backhoe

On November 13th, the owner of a 2005 Case Backhoe returned to his work site in Farmington to discover that the backhoe had been stolen. The owner reported the theft to the California Highway Patrol (CHP) who completed a theft report. The backhoe’s information was entered into the California Stolen Vehicle System as well as

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