2015 Toyota Highlander – Stolen from driveway in San Jose

Reward $500.00

Processing your request, Please wait....
Woo Hoo - It Has Been RECOVERED
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
Share to Facebook Groups to Help

The Details…

Date of Theft4/15/2018
Location of TheftDriveway
Model Year2015
MakeToyota
ModelHighlander
ColorBlue
License Plate7PKX718
VIN Number5TDBKRFH4FS219912
CountySanta Clara
Police Report Filed?Yes
Name of Police AgencySan Jose Police Department
Case Number18-105-0375

Here’s the Story…

At 3:30 a.m. on Sunday, April 15, somebody used a signal amplifier to trigger our key fob and unlock our Highlander, which was parked in our driveway. Once in, they started it in less than 10 seconds and stole it. We have video from our neighbor’s camera but it isn’t very good. The car was in very good condition — only a few minor scratches and some stains on the beige-colored seats. It had approximately 37,700 miles on it. The front brake pads were replaced the day before the theft and there were no mechanical issues. There was a Cal Poly mom sticker on the rear window. Note: I have another listing on this site as well, as a SECOND car was stolen from our driveway twelve days later. I’m posting this as a last resort; as it’s been over two weeks, I’m losing hope that we will recover it undamaged, but if someone has any info leading to its recovery we offer a $500 reward. (If the car is found after I receive my insurance payout, however, the reward doesn’t apply as the car won’t belong to me any longer.) Bottom line is I’d rather the have car back than have to go search for another one.

Listing ID: 047989
Stolen 911 cannot guarantee the accuracy of this information. Stolen property must be confirmed with a law enforcement agency. Rewards are the responsibility of the listing party with guidance from law enforcement. Unless otherwise noted or offered, rewards and are not processed or given through Stolen 911. Naming alleged suspects is no longer allowed unless the post was created by a verified law enforcement user. All persons named as suspects in an alleged crime are presumed innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law. Posting the same item more than once is not allowed. Failure to comply with these rules may result in the post being edited by Stolen 911, deleted and possible banning of the user from the website and deletion of all the user's content.

  • Martin Avenue San Jose California 95126