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December 2010


30 December 2010

UK: New Partnership with TRACKER Brings Peace of Mind to Owners

TRACKER, the leader in stolen vehicle recovery and vehicle tracking solutions, has signed a major new deal with New Holland, a world-leading manufacturer of agriculture and construction equipment. Under the new agreement the New Holland UK dealer network will be offering TRACKER stolen vehicle recovery and vehicle tracking products to its customers…

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28 December 2010

India: Incomplete database slows down drive to track stolen cars

Mumbai - The city police’s drive to trace stolen cars may not be helpful for people whose cars were registered a while ago. The Regional Transport Offices (RTOs) in the city are yet to computerise data on cars registered a few years ago. Neither the police nor the RTO are prepared to have their men enter these details from registers into computers…

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22 December 2010

USA: LoJack Announces its Top 10 Auto Theft Recoveries of 2010

WESTWOOD, Mass., Dec. 20, 2010 /PRNewswire/ — LoJack Corporation (NASDAQ:LOJN – News), the company that invented the stolen vehicle recovery market, today announced its top 10 auto theft recovery stories of 2010.  From tracking down an alleged murderer in a stolen vehicle equipped with LoJack, to busting chop shops, to recovering police…

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22 December 2010

Netherlands: Netherlands Antilles - Five cars stolen in rental group raid

SIMPSON BAY--A raid on Rent for Less car rental company in Simpson Bay resulted in the loss of at least US $60,000 worth of cars and other equipment. The raid occurred between 11:00pm Sunday and 6:30am Monday. The offenders gained access to the premises by forcing their way through the front gates and then breaking into the offices. They broke into…

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22 December 2010

UK: 50 years for Yorkshire gang in £4m luxury car racket

FOURTEEN members of an organised crime gang were jailed for a total of 50 years in Leeds today for their role in a sophisticated scam stealing and selling £4 million worth of luxury cars to order. The gang gained entry into homes where expensive cars were parked on the driveways, often whilst the occupants were asleep. Once inside, gang members…

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