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Tuesday, 17 Elul, 5779
  |  September 17, 2019

GPS Tracks Down Car Thieves

A man's car was stolen in Crown Heights after he left the keys in the ignition. A built-in GPS system helped track the thief. Full Story

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Boruch N. Hoffinger
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Boruch N. Hoffinger

Wonderful technology! So happy to hear tha these two scoundrels were caught…probably the 40th time.
See you two again in a few months! Our criminal justice system needs you wonderful thieves…we must keep the police busy, hire more cops, build more jails, hire more prosecutors & judges, etc. Who pays for it WE IDIOTS WHO DON’T SAY OR DO ANYTHING! THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM WILL CONTINUE TO PROSPER AT OUR EXPENSE. America is the greatest country in the world, if it wasn’t YOUR car that was stolen.

real smart
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real smart

clever clogs! who leaves their car unlocked and RUNNING?????????????????????????????????

lol
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lol

what did he expect, leaving the car running?!

Happy
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Happy

I’m happy he got it back, but how stupid can you be?

ridiculous
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ridiculous

its partially his own fault for leaving the car on running

Moshiach times
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Moshiach times

We can leave our cars unlocked and running and not worry…

dont blame him
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dont blame him

he probably was giving something or picking something up and was watching his car a whole time and only turned away for a second

Grand larceny in the 3rd degree
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Grand larceny in the 3rd degree

What they were wearing two pairs of gloves?

we leave the lights on for you -motel 6
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we leave the lights on for you -motel 6

a new meaning to the motel 6 slogan:

“we leave the lights on for you”

Wow
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Wow

To leave the car unlocked and running in CH ?
It would.be just to make a YouTube video with something very scary inside and see the reaction of 100 thieves

to number 7
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to number 7

no, he probably was not.

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