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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 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 Corporation Helps California Highway Patrol Recover Stolen Infiniti G35; Three Suspects Arrested

Besides recovering stolen cars and returning them to their owners, another great benefit of LoJack is that many times we help get criminals off the street. In today’s story, the owner of a 2005, Infiniti G35, contacted the San Diego Police Department to report that his vehicle was stolen from a parking garage in the

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LoJack Corporation Helps Recover a Mini-Excavator Hidden in a Wooded Area

A local paving company left their 2005 John Deere Mini-excavator at a construction site in New Britain on a Friday afternoon. They returned on Tuesday and the excavator was gone. After determining that it was stolen they notified the police. The New Britain Police Department were called and it was their routine entry of the

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LoJack Corporation Helps Los Angeles Sheriffs Recover A Melroe Bobcat

On October 4th, the owner of a 2004 Melroe Bobcat contacted Anaheim Police Department to report his Bobcat had been stolen from a construction site in Anaheim. Anaheim Police verified the theft and entered the equipment’s information into the state and federal crime computers, which automatically activated the LoJack transponder concealed in the vehicle. Later

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LoJack Helps Dallas Police Department Recover Stolen Light Tower

On August 31, 2012 the owner of a 2011 Magnum Light Tower contacted the Rockwall Police Department to report that their light tower was stolen from a jobsite in Rockwall. The Rockwall Police Department verified the theft and entered the equipment’s information into the state and federal crime computers, which automatically activated the LoJack transponder

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Skid Steer Equipped with LoJack Leads Las Vegas Police to More Stolen Property

For any of our contractor readers, especially, you could sympathize for a business owner who’s equipment fails to work or, even worse, is stolen.  It can lead to significant business downtime among many other headaches.  On Monday, July 30th, the owner of a 2003 Ingersoll-Rand Skid Steer contacted the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department to

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LoJack Helps Terrorized Elderly Victim & Police; Four Suspects Arrested After Breaking into Home, Stealing Valuables and Honda Civic

On July 23, 2012, four brazen con men posing as utility workers gained entry to the home of an elderly handicapped man in Daly City California. The suspects terrorized the victim, stealing cash and valuables. The suspects also forced the victim to give up his ATM PIN and the keys to his car. After the

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Recovery of Stolen Ford Explorer Leads to Arrest of Seven on Outstanding Drug Warrants

The owners of a 1999 Ford Explorer discovered their vehicle had been stolen and immediately contacted the Los Angeles Police Department’s Newton Division. The responding officer completed a stolen vehicle report had the Ford’s information entered into the California and federal crime computer systems. This police action automatically and seamlessly activated the LoJack transponder concealed

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