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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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(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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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 Corporation Leads Police to Stolen Rental Equipment

The manager of the equipment rental department of a home improvement store was conducting inventory and discovered a track loader had not been returned as promised. After numerous attempts to locate the person who rented the piece of equipment the manager called the Denham Springs Police Department to report the track loader stolen. The Denham

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Texas Department of Public Safety Recover Stolen Construction Equipment Using LoJack & Night Vision Goggles

When a construction company discovered that their rented 2005 Takeuchi tractor had been stolen, they immediately filed a theft report with the San Antonio Police Department. After all the pertinent information was gathered, the police entered the equipment’s information into the National Crime Information Center computers, which automatically activated the LoJack System covertly installed on

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