Keys Left in Car So Relative Could Move It, Thief Finds Them First
Pasco Police are seeking to locate a BMW that looks identical to this one, after it was stolen from a driveway in Northeast Pasco Saturday evening.
According to Police, the keys had been left in the car so a family member who was due to come home later could move the vehicle so they could park there.
The car went missing between about 6 and 6:45 PM from a driveway of a home in the North 200 block of Waldemar Ave. The location is just south of Ochoa Middle School.
According to Police, the keys had been left in the car so a family member who was due to come home later could move the vehicle so they could park there. As Police put it, they didn't have to move the car, "it was already gone."
The car is almost an exact replica of the one pictured, it also has tinted windows. No plate number was provided by authorities.
We hear over and over examples of auto theft where the vehicle was left unlocked, but in this case, while the logic of being able to move the car was understandable, it has potentially cost the owner their rig.
Anyone with any information is urged to call (509)-628-0333. All leads can be confidential.
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