High-Tech Thieves Use New Gadget To Gain Keyless Access To Vehicles In Long Beach

CBS: Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying three tech-savvy criminals wanted for a series of car burglaries in which they used an unknown device to gain keyless entry to vehicles.

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kingPoS1210d ago (Edited 1210d ago )

Hahahaha I'm immune against that kind of tech.
A pedal club is what you need. (for the clutch)

[Rubber burns as an 89' Trans Am takes off in the distance]

OK ok! it's a firebird... yeesh! lol

MikeMyers1210d ago

I wonder if this is anything like what we saw in the movie Hit and Run?

SilentNegotiator1209d ago (Edited 1209d ago )

High tech? Car thieves? The guys under the impression that they can make good money on a heavily registered, tracked, ton-sized item?

Tell me that wasn't secretly distributed by an insurance tycoon.

kingPoS1209d ago (Edited 1209d ago )

A simple solution would be to pull the fuse regulating the power locks, but results may vary. So do so at your own risk.

Those cars from 80's man... their built like tanks. They also tend to have less electrical problems too. My guy with an 05' Chrysler Pacifica has had more technical issues in one year than the entire time I've owned my Pontiac.

thehitman1209d ago

they look too casual to be robbers seems kinda weird.