Discussion in 'Lost, Found, Stolen' started by cj6530, Jun 25, 2008.
Hmmm, what's the size limit? And is there a limit on daily take??:rofl:
We shouldn't be forced to drive a crappy car to avoid car break-ins. We need law enforcement that treats property cimes more seriously especially any type of break-in; car or home. If the cops patroled thru the parking areas it woild be a big help. Security cameras would be great but I know that's not gonna happen.
My truck is so beat up i'm pretty sure the tweakers will leave me a donation out of sympathy. Pack everything in with you, including your coil wire, and you've done what you can.
FYI, came down from fishing Pine/Cedar Lakes up in Bellingham a few days ago to find a break in, about 2 in the afternoon, and it was a sunny afternoon with a dozen cars at the trailhead and a lot of foot traffic.
Our car was safe, and I was only away about 4 hours, but someone broke out sedan window parked next to us and went thru the glove compartment box and made a mess of the trunk.
It's too bad, but be careful what you leave behind in your car, even at popular places like this.
My 2000 Ford Ranger was broken into here in Missoula a few weeks back. Fortunately I had just removed a ross reel from the cab a few days earlier. In Bozeman, I didn't even lock my car half of the time...