Vallejo, California (KGO)-Your safety is an important part of our efforts to tell stories and build a better place. Car theft and theft are among the most common crimes in the Bay Area. The local police department captured a car intruder who broke in secretly without breaking any windows. On Tuesday, a Vallejo police officer broke a car anti-theft suspected of having a signal jammer into a small black box the size of a mobile phone with an antenna.
The jammer is now evidence that the department has never discovered. The undercover detective told the Vallejo police: “This is a portable device that can actually be placed in the car, in the pocket and on the body, and can block the electrical signals from the smart key to the vehicle.” OK. “It can prevent vehicle jams.”
So, forget about broken windows-you can show up without damage, but your valuables are mysteriously lost. The police investigator explained how this might affect the reaction of the victim and the police. “The second time they guessed whether to lock the vehicle completely or leave the stolen items at home. This immediately caused the report to be delayed.”
Jeff Marth said: “So I usually close the door and walk away.” This shows what many people do when they get out of the car and lock the car. Although Marth said he often broke into cars while working in downtown Corte Madera, he didn’t know that cell phone jammer were tools for thieves. “Thinking that your car is safe and your things will break is terrible.” A car theft expert said that signal jammers will stop any noise from portable information terminals. When you lock the car, please double check whether it is locked by the door handle. If you have an automatic keychain, please pay attention to the tone or the actual locking mechanism. Moreover, if you cannot hear any sound, you must lock the car again.