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LoJack® System Helps San Diego Police Department Recover Stolen BMW X3

The owner of this gorgeous 2015 BMW X3 made one heck of a smart decision to purchase a LoJack® Stolen Vehicle Recovery System to protect his investment. On July 23, 2014, the owner of this 2015 BMW X3 contacted the San Diego Police Department to report that his vehicle was stolen from his residence in the city of

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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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LoJack Aids Canadian & U.S. Law Enforcement Agencies in International Crime Ring Bust, Recovering $3.2 Million in Assets

LoJack announced today its participation with the international crime ring investigation Project Windows. The operation included collaborative efforts between Canadian Law Enforcement, United States Homeland Security and Canadian Border Services, who each played a key role in tracking the group of highly-skilled criminals responsible for stealing more than $5.4 million in vehicles as part of

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LoJack Helps Recover Stolen Bobcat Skid Steer and Seizure of 1000lbs of Marijuana, Guns and Meth

On June 5th, the owner of a 2010 Melroe Bobcat Skid Steer contacted the Orange Police Department to report that their skid steer had been stolen. A theft report was completed and the skid steer’s information was entered into the federal and state crime computers. This routine police action automatically activated the LoJack transponder concealed

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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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John Deere Gator Stolen in Texas – Rapidly Retrieved by the Harris County Sheriff’s Department with the Help of a LoJack® System

On March 04, 2013, the owner of a  John Deere Gator contacted the Montgomery County, TX Sheriff Department to report that their Gator UV was stolen from a construction site sometime over the prior weekend. Officers verified the theft and entered the vehicle information into their State and Federal crime computers, which automatically activated the

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LoJack Corporation Helps California Police Recover 13 Cars and Break Up Large Auto Theft Ring

On January 18, 2013, the owners of California Car Company contacted the Brea Police Department to report a 2004 BMW Z-3 had been stolen along with 12 other exotic cars from the lot of their dealership. Thieves broke into the car lot office, located the keys and were able to, for the time being, get

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LoJack Helps Manchester Police Recover Stolen Toyota Celica

When it comes to vehicle theft, we suggest several layers of protection as theft prevention products are just one important step. Case in point, on the morning of 01/02/2013, the owner of a 1994 Toyota Celica left his home to head for work. When the owner got to where he had parked his Celica the

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LoJack Helps Recover Three Stolen Skid Steer Loaders

On January 13th, a worker at a equipment rental store contacted the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department (CMPD) to report that the store’s fence and gated storage yard had been broken into and some equipment was missing. A John Deere #326D Skid Steer, John Deere #318D Skid Steer, Bobcat S-175 Skid Steer were missing in addition to

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Mercedes-Benz Dealership Exclaims: “Come Back Here with Our Loaner Car!”

Have you ever brought your car into the dealership for a repair and they are generous enough to loan you a car for the day? Those cars, many times new models, certainly are fun to drive. Evidently, the suspect in this case liked his loaner car a little bit too much and decided to keep

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