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GPS-Loaded 'Bait Car' Traps Thieves PDF Print E-mail
Written by Team Snaptek   
Thursday, 18 April 2002 00:00
"The Washington Post is reporting that a late-model car, loaded with wireless surveillance gear, a remote kill switch and GPS, is being left (unlocked, presumably) on the streets of the Washington, D.C. metro area as 'bait' for car thieves. This article reports that they've just made their first bust with the vehicle."
I hope they bring "theif caching" to Arizona, since we have the highest car theft rate in the US.


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