High-Tech Theft: Unlocking a Car

Lt. Jeff Enfield with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Dept. shows how thieves break in with device.
1:05 | 11/21/13

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When it comes to stealing cars there are. And -- -- which means high tech. Lieutenant Jeff infield once an auto theft task force in Southern California that targets vote is a harder and harder to stay ahead of their. -- absolutely and we know there working every day in the season next device. A device like this one that convinced you for mocking your car as the driver gets out he thinks he's automatically -- his car. The lieutenant -- -- does this signal with this small transmitter it's this real big doors would remain on mom. And his feet and just -- -- -- -- walking away from my car click -- and I assume unlocked it absolutely somebody sold in this I didn't pocket. You didn't -- it -- your signal you walk away and knowing that you think you lock your car -- you happens. You clear the area -- your car this is like something out of James -- It is almost as as it is that its -- yet it is -- learned things every day from these are these there.

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