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(PHOTO) LoJack® System Helps Riverside Auto Theft Interdiction Detail (RAID) Recover Stolen Lincoln Vantage 300 Welder

The owners of a 2008 Lincoln Vantage 300 welder contacted the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department to report that their equipment was hitched to a GMC 3500 truck that was stolen from a construction site in the unincorporated city of Romo Land. The Riverside County SD verified the theft and entered the equipment information into the

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LoJack® System Helps San Bernardino Sheriff’s Office Recover Stolen Lincoln Welder

The owners of a 2013 Lincoln Welder, mounted on a trailer, contacted the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department to report that their rental welder was stolen from a construction site.  The welder had been rented out to a construction company. Riverside County Sheriffs verified the theft and entered the vehicle information into the state and federal

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LoJack Helps Recover Six Lincoln Welders Stolen from an Equipment Rental Store

In early June an individual purchased a Lincoln welder from an ad on Craig’s List. After the purchase of the welder the new owner went to get the equipment inspected and found an the inspector found indications that it had belonged to an equipment rental company in Southeast Houston. The owner contacted the equipment rental

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(PIC) LoJack Corporation Helps Recover a Stolen Trailer Mounted Welder

Just the other day I was on a train ride from Boston to New York on my way to a seminar. Along the way as I gazed out the window, I noticed several inactive construction sites with unmanned construction equipment and thought what an easy target for thieves those machines must be. Probably worth hundreds

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Police Use LoJack to Quickly Find Stolen Welder in Storage Locker

When workers arrived at their jobsite on Monday, June 18th, they discovered that their 2006 Lincoln Welder was missing. The owners contacted the Phoenix Police Department to report the stolen construction equipment. The stolen welder’s information was then entered into the NCIC police computer. This routine police action automatically activated the LoJack  transponder concealed on

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