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The LoJack® System Helps Recover Stolen Skid Steer

On November 24th the owner of a 2000 Ingersoll Rand Skid Steer Loader contacted the Riverside Sheriff’s Department to report that their skid steer loader had been stolen sometime over the weekend from their construction site. The Sheriff’s Department verified the theft and entered the equipment’s information into the state and federal crime computers, which

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LoJack® System Helps Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department Recover Stolen Chrysler 300

On 11-19-2014, the owner of this Chrysler 300 contacted the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department and reported that vehicle had been stolen. Apparently she had parked the vehicle in her driveway and had left the car keys on the driver’s seat. The officers verified the theft and entered the vehicle information into the state and federal

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(PRESS RELEASE) LoJack Offers Vehicle Safety Tips at Start of Holiday Season

CANTON, Mass., Nov. 21, 2014 — In anticipation of the holidays, LoJack Corporation (NASDAQ: LOJN) has announced its top tips that can help protect vehicles from theft during the upcoming season, a proven time of increased crime. According to the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB), there were more than 21,000 reported stolen vehicles during the months of

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LoJack® System Helps Hemet Police Department Recover BMW 328 Stolen by Fraud

During the month of October 2014, the California Highway Patrol was investigating the theft of numerous cars taken by fraudulent information.  A dealer in Duarte, CA. was contacted where a suspect had used his true name however, used a false work address, and false Social Security number to purchase a 2007 BMW 328.  The ISU

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(VIDEO) LoJack® System Leads Police to Stolen Truck within 1.5 Hours

        SOURCE: KOB4 It took Albuquerque police just 1.5 hours to catch a suspected truck thief Thursday because the truck was equipped with Lo-Jack, a tracking system used by police to find stolen cars. Thanks to Lo-Jack, police were able to track down and arrest Gino Garza, who had no idea the

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(PIC) LoJack® System Helps Phoenix Police Department Recover Stolen Chevrolet Corvette

The owners of a Chevrolet Corvette contacted the Surprise Police Department to report that their vehicle had been stolen from their residence with the keys during a home burglary.  The owners were in Canada and the housekeeper discovered that the vehicle and other personal items were missing. The Surprise Police Department verified the theft and

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LoJack® System Helps Colorado Springs Police Recover Stolen Chevrolet Impala

On July 27th the owners of a Chevrolet Impala contacted the Pueblo P.D. and reported that their vehicle had been stolen. The police verified the theft and entered the vehicle information into the state and federal crime computers which automatically activated the LoJack® System concealed in the Impala. A short while later an officer with

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LoJack® System Helps San Joaquin Sheriff’s Department Recover Stolen 2006 Toyota Highlander

The owners of a 2006 Toyota Highlander contacted the Stockton Police Department to report that their vehicle was stolen from in front of their residence. The owner went outside and started the vehicle to turn the air conditioning on and cool the car off before leaving to go visit friends. When they went back out,

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From the “You Can’t Make This One Up” File…

Well, this is certainly a unique recovery involving the LoJack® System. It goes without saying that stealing cars is a bad idea. However, driving a stolen car back to a dealership and then trying to cover up the theft by screwing on a dealer paper plate? That’s a legendarily bad idea. Here are all the details:

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The LoJack® System Helps Arlington, Virginia Police Recover Stolen Honda CBR600RR Motorcycle

We all remember playing ‘Hide and Seek’ when we were young. Crooks like to play a different version of this old favorite- ‘Steal and Hide’. They take someone else’s car, truck, motorcycle or van and store it out of sight- in a garage, under a tarp, or adjacent to an abandoned business or residence- to

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