Vehicle Reported Stolen, Found Behind Bagel Nosh

bagel_nosh_tlsA vehicle reported to police stolen a short time ago, was found in the parking lot behind Bagel Nosh moments ago. At approximately 1:00 p.m. this afternoon, the owner of a minivan called police after she believed her vehicle parked in front of the Clifton Avenue Bagel store was stolen.

The LCSW issued an alert to its members with the vehicle description and its plates.

However, a few moments ago, an officer found the ‘stolen’ vehicle in the back of the Bagel store, with the keys in the ignition.

The driver however, insisted the vehicle was parked in front of the store and not in the rear. TLS-CCP.

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  1. unbelieveable,you have most of lakewood police dept. roaming the streets looking for this car,when all this time she had forgotten that she had parked in the back

  2. Hi Everyone – I’m that women and I am not 100% percent but 1,000% sure I know where I parked the car – When i came back an hour later the car that i had parked in front of was still there – a blue minivan as i had remembered – I also remember taking the key out of the ignition and locking the car – The car was found in a totally illegal spot in the back of Bagel Nosh with the keys on the seat – The car was very low on gas which could be a reason why it was left abandoned – Anyway- All’s well that ends well – Thank you to the police and LCSW for doing a great job! Not offended by any comments because I know the story just a bit better!

  3. To the owner of the car- you locked the car. How did the person get the keys to move your car? How did the person get in the car? I am confused with your version of the story. Can you please clarify?

  4. I must have either dropped the keys or perhaps they fell out of my pocket or pocket book but they couldnt have been in the car if i locked it and i do remember making sure the car was locked before I left as proper procedure – Know what i mean?

  5. I believe you, it is easy to drop your keys when you have other things in your hands, which you probably did. B”H you got your car back. Sorry I was choshid you for being negligent.

  6. How much time elapsed from the time the theft was reported untill it was returned? (at most 1 hour 3 minutes – story posted at 2:03 that report was at 1:00 – was it even that long?)

  7. To #17, firstly what does this have to do with the fact that YOU are a women or the fact that you are addressing your comment to one. And secondly, why is this a Chilul Hashem? Why are people so quick to label everything as a Chilul Hashem? Most probably what happened is like the women herself said on an earlier post. but even if you choose not to believe her, then at worst she over reacted, but Chilul Hashem??? you’re way off……

  8. I don’t get the whole joke here. A woman innocently parks her car on the Avenue. Some bum either pick pockets or finds the keys, STEALS the car. Like the owner said it’s possible the empty tank of gas made the thief drop the car and run. Why is this being taken out of context. Think before you comment.

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