STOLEN PICKUP TRUCKS * USA. Recovered in Mexico
* Texas - Device helps investigators track down stolen trucks taken to Mexico
--- A multi-country investigation into a stolen pickup truck leads the Mexican Military right to 10 trucks, mostly from the San Antonio area that are now in the process of being recovered... One of the trucks came from the Dodge dealership in Boerne, and something inside that truck proved to be the key to tracking them down... The truck was equipped with an APEX GPS device. Apparently the thief missed the memo on the driver's side window. Or maybe he was calling their bluff. With the help of the Fusion Center and APEX sending updates to Investigator Roy Laubach and Crime Analyst Tara Cantu... APEX's detailed map outlines everywhere the truck went. In one day it was driven over 300 miles in Mexico... But finally the truck stopped moving at a car lot later on the 27th. At the request of Laredo Police, the Mexican Military moved in and landed on the bee's nest. The stolen Ram along with 9 other stolen, newer pickup trucks were found. All but one from San Antonio...
(Photo: Device helps investigators track down stolen trucks taken to Mexico) -- San Antonio, TXS, USA - NEWS 4, by Andrew Lofholm - August 30, 2016
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