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LoJack® System Helps Police Recover Jeep Commander Stolen From Airport

The owner of a Jeep Commander in Jacksonville, FL, was being helpful when he dropped a relative off at the airport and assisted with bringing the luggage inside. While he did this, he left his SUV running and unlocked, and when he returned to the curb, he discovered thieves had ‘helped themselves’ and the vehicle

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San Diego Police Use LoJack® to Recover Stolen Jeep Wrangler on its Way to Mexico

This criminal had dreams of crossing the Mexican border and riding off into the sunset with his new stolen Jeep Wrangler; however LoJack and police had other ideas. The story begins when the startled owner of a 2005 Jeep Wrangler contacted the Los Angeles Police to report that his vehicle was stolen right from his

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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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Shots Fired During Armed Robbery — Stolen Jeep Cherokee Recovered Minutes Later, Suspect Arrested

In the late afternoon of March 6, 2012, a 2001 Jeep Cherokee was stolen during an armed car-jacking, in which shots were fired at the owner, in the Woodlawn area of Baltimore County. The owner reported the crime to the Baltimore County Police Department, who quickly responded to the scene. After conducting a preliminary investigation

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LoJack Helps Police Take Down Mexican Theft Ring; Jeep Stolen in San Diego Recovered

The owner of a 2010 Jeep Wrangler reported his vehicle stolen to the San Diego Police Department. The vehicle’s information was entered into the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) computers, which automatically activated the LoJack transponder concealed in the vehicle. A short time later, the San Diego County Sheriff’s Office and San Diego PD began receiving

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