LCSW Looking for Stolen Vehicle

Stolen vehicleA vehicle left running with the owner just feet away, was stolen moments ago from Second Street, LCSW says. 

The vehicle, stolen about 2:20 PM, is described as a 4-door Hyundai Sonata, gray in color, with license plates W84 APR.

Anyone with information‎ is asked to call LCSW, at 732-367-1212. [TLS]

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  1. It only takes a few seconds to steal a car which is why you should never leave your kids in it even if you’re only a few feet away.

  2. They made a police report.

    Pd sent out a notice to its officers, and they are aware of it.

    Lcsw is actively searching for the vehicle.

    Please call lcsw is spotted.

  3. Dear gallah
    Of course they called the cops but lcsw has more time on their hands than the cops do(they’re trying to solve three stabbings!!) so they are saying if u see something call lcsw who will then get the cops involved..

  4. Hu?- the stabbings you reference are now in the hands of detective investigators….patrol officers will immediately respond to calls of this nature….always call LPD first…cut out the middleman and save precious minutes…be smart, save a life !!

  5. I cant believe that people are going to call the lcsw (NOT REAL POLICE) instead of calling the people who are TRAINED & PAID to handle situations.

  6. Why do we have these stupid lcsw vs cops conversation every time there is a crime? You call both. Lpd makes a report lcsw is like calling you friends to ask them to keep an eye out for your car and they notify lpd if they find it. Are we gonna keep having this argument or appreciate the wonderful organizations we are lucky to have?

  7. Did the car have a steering wheel lock on? Chances are it didn’t. Thieves don’t know how to break them and will not waste their time with it when there are 60 million cars without them.

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