San Jose, CA – Stolen during the night of 5/17/2019 was a John Deere Track Loader (Skid Steer) with an Auger attachment. S/N: 1T0317GJCJJ344998. Taken […]
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Cymbals stolen from friend’s home/jam space. Ride has azimuthal crack along logo.
epiphone les paul
Very unique looking bike. Less than 200 sold in 2018. Fat tire, full carbon. See photo.
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This week we had a post from Justine Dixon who is an ICU Nurse in Baltimore, Maryland. She posted her 2015 Chevy Cruze to Stolen 911 and went into detail of how the theft of her car went down. In Baltimore, many of the intersections have groups of young kids known as "squeegee boys". They come up to your car as your waiting for a traffic light and begin to wash your windows hoping you'll give them any spare change you may have. It’s been going on for a long time, and large cities throughout the US have similar situations. (more…)Read more
Have you noticed that some Stolen 911 posts are seen more than others? The posts that get seen the most are the posts that are shared on Social Media. Sharing your stolen item’s Digital Fingerprint is easy using the the provided social media share buttons. Facebook is the most successful when it comes to Stolen 911 users. Reddit users also have had success getting their stolen property story told. (more…)Read more
It's the most wonderful time of the year. Or is it? Starting on Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, the possibility of theft becomes more of a concern to the consumer who may not give it another thought the rest of the year. But insurance company Traveler reports that thefts on Black Friday are 28% higher than any other day when considering thefts that take place away from home. (more…)Read more
There are an almost infinite number of places from which a laptop computer can be stolen, with some of the most common sites of laptop theft being airports, hotel rooms, cars, cafes, and offices. At the world's 36 biggest airports, over 10,000 laptops are lost or stolen every week, and thousands more are stolen from smaller airports. Most of these are never recovered, but that's partly because many people assume there's no chance of getting their laptop back and don't even bother to report it missing. (more…)Read more
According to the 2015 Holiday Vehicle Theft Report by the National Crime Information Center, Labor Day and New Year's Day were the 2014 holidays when the most cars were stolen. But just closely behind New Year's Day was Halloween, with 2,010 reported car thefts that day. Holidays prompt people to do things differently, and it may cause people to take chances they might not ordinarily. So it's essential that car owners don't let their guard down just because everyone's in costume, or because you're parked outside a great party at a friend's house. (more…)Read more
The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are now available, with their most buzzworthy features being a waterproof body, dual rear-cameras on the iPhone 7 Plus, and the absence of a headphone jack. That doesn't mean owners can't use headphones with it, but if they want to rely on their current headphones that use a standard 3.5 mm headphone jack they'll have to use a Lightning converter. (more…)Read more
Opportunity theft of mobile devices is a big problem in the United States, and it takes many forms. Some stolen cell phones are simply picked from people's pockets or otherwise grabbed when the opportunity presents itself. Sometimes crooked employees steal phones from stock, and sometimes people lease phones (so they don't have a legal title) and then sell them. (more…)Read more
Back in the 1970s and prior, stealing hubcaps was a petty criminal pastime. This was way before custom wheels and rims became so popular. At that time, hubcaps were made of metal and added value to the car. Also, they were fairly easy to steal and sell. That trend faded out as automobile manufacturers started replacing metal hubcaps with plastic ones and the market for used hubcaps deflated. Today, hubcaps are rarely stolen, unless they're stolen from a classic car outfitted with particularly nice ones. (more…)Read more
Human brain architecture is designed for detecting facial features, such as a pair of eyes. This "gaze detection" is hardwired into the human brain, and once offered a helpful evolutionary tool for, say, detecting an enemy lurking nearby. (more…)Read more