This situation is more prevalent than you may think. We estimate that 2,604,900 GPS units will be stolen over the next 24 months in the US. To compound the problem, even if the police were to find the thief and recover your GPS unit, they have almost no idea who owns it or how to get it back to you! Why? Because you never wrote down the serial numbers and the paperwork accompanying it is long gone. You filed a police report, but with no serial number to report, your GPS could be stored away in some police evidence room with thousands of others just like it across the state or across the country, never to be returned to you again.
That’s where JustStolen**** comes in. Our website was established by Police Officers to assist consumers, college students and business owners retrieve lost or stolen valuables. The website is a powerful database that members can use to register their personal property. Any descriptive information can be entered into the database including make, model, color, serial number and any thing else you can think of. You can even upload photographs of your items.
But along with the other great advantages of being a member, there are two fantastic features about JustStolen****:
• Once your items are registered, if they are ever stolen or lost you have all the information you need to give to police. Your descriptive information about the item has been stored in our secure database.
• But here is the best part: When your item is recovered by police across the state or across the globe, they only have to log onto one simple-to-use website to search for its owner. They just enter the serial number or description of your GPS, laptop, iPod, DVD player or other valuable, and the item’s description and the email address that you entered when you first registered is there for them to contact you!
Your valuable item won’t be sitting in some far away evidence room, because the police now know who the owner is, and they have an easy way to get in touch with you. It’s as simple as that! Your property is returned and there’s no need to spend hundreds or thousands of dollars to replace it.
this is an awesome video some has stolen a car and is on the motorway this man is crazy you should see the way he trys to evade from the police. watch it!!!
This situation is more prevalent than you may think. We estimate that 1 in 6 laptops (Approx. 9,734,935 million) will be stolen in the next 24 months in the US. To compound the problem, even if the police were to find the thief and recover your laptop, they have almost no idea who owns it or how to get it back to you! Why? Because you never wrote down the serial numbers and the paperwork accompanying it is long gone. You filed a police report, but with no serial number to report, your laptop could be stored away in some police evidence room with thousands of others just like it across the state or across the country, never to be returned to you again.
This video tells you how you can find and recover your stolen or lost mobile phone using its IMEI number. This method is applicable to the mobiles of all makes and doesn't require any special software.You can also block the stolen mobile handset using its IMEI no.
This guy finds the way to stop his car being stolen! How to stop your car being stolen! Car camouflage video!
so yup - it happened... kurt cobain's ashes were stolen from courtney loves house.. this truly is one of those moments where a good "WTF?" needs to be said lol
Who is crazier, Courtney Love or the thief?
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A flashy new car with all the bells and whistles parks next to a beaten-up, 20-year-old clunker. Which one is more attractive to a car thief? Guess again.
The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) today released its Hot Wheels 2008 auto theft report for vehicles stolen in 2007.
Cars****'s Kelsey Mays looks at OnStar's Stolen Vehicle Slowdown system. He talks to Cristi Vazquez from OnStar and takes the system for a test run.
Shot and produced by: Matthew Avery
Edited by: Lindsay Bjerregaard
- Divided We Fail and UCLA present the Stolen Dreams Short Film Competition, featuring the short documentary The Cost of Life. The Stolen Dreams short films focus on health care issues and financial security.
Directed by Alex O'Flinn and Mikiko Sasaki, The Cost of Life is a short documentary on Lisa, a thyroid cancer sufferer. Because of her pre-existing condition, she has slipped through the cracks of the American health care system.
This short film contest is presented by Divided We Fail ( and the UCLA School of Theater, Television and Film (TFT) (
Located on *******www.stolendreams****, Downward Slide tells the story of a family torn apart by an accident on the softball field. Will their insurance company stand behind them, or will they have to fend for themselves?
This film was directed by Cory Miller for the Stolen Dreams Short Film Competition, presented by Divided We Fail (*******www.dividedwefail****)
Located on Golden Years shows a day in the life of a financially secure retired couple. They enjoy their golden years on a sunset drive along the coast.
This film was directed by Brad Schmidt for the Stolen Dreams Short Film Competition, presented by Divided We Fail (
Located on Heart Attack is an animated short film that tells the story of an old man's confrontation with a sudden and unwelcome intruder.
The film was written, directed, and animated by Chris Mais for the Stolen Dreams Short Film Competition, presented by Divided We Fail (
Located on Side Effects tells the story of Henry Burnbaum, an elderly man who starts acting strangely after his dog dies. His wife thinks he's had a stroke, but it might be something even harder to diagnose...
This film was directed by Olivia Silver for the Stolen Dreams Short Film Competition, presented by Divided We Fail (