Surveillance Video: Locked Vehicle Vs Unlocked Vehicle in Lakewood

This incident occurred early Shabbos morning in Lakewood.

 

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  1. Latest Poll: 95% of Robbers, 100% of Careless, Lazy, Forgetful, Incredibly Busy Car Owners Prefer Unocked Vehicles Over Locked Vehicles
    According to a new poll conducted by the prestigious burglar organization – ‘The American Association of Car Thieves’ – 95% of robbers prefer that car owners keep their doors unlocked, while 3% of robbers prefer that the doors remain locked, and 2% say they are not sure.
    Among the 95% who prefer that the doors remain unlocked, 90% cited “ease of entry” as their primary reason for choosing unlocked doors over locked doors, while the other 5% cited “time constraints” as their rationale.
    The 3% of car thieves who prefer locked doors over unlocked doors cited various reasons for their preference, including: 1) Most robbers will likely move on to the next car – an unlocked car, and, in all likelihood, a cheaper model car – when they see the car doors are locked, which allows the remaining 3% of robbers, who are the REAL pros, and the more patient thieves – to snag the better quality cars with the locked doors.
    2) The exhilerating challenge of unlocking a locked door, or breaking it open, and the feeling of accomplishment that comes with a successful break-in.
    The poll also found that 100% of car owners, who are either forgetful, lazy, careless or who are so incredibly busy that they do not have even an extra milisecond of time to waste, prefer unlocked doors over locked doors, although all four of these groups of car owners said they would “absolutely love it” if someone would remind them to lock their car doors, or would lock the doors on their behalf.

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