The Harrow Times reports that two high end cars were stolen this week by thieves who inserted an extending rod through the victim's mail box, then hooked the keys from a nearby table or wall. As the article indicates, it was not a random theft; the victims were targeted and their cars stolen to order. We understand that there's been an epidemic of such crimes in the UK, usually aimed at cars appropriate for high speed getaways. At one point, Subaru felt obliged to issue a security warning to owners of the Impreza Turbo STi.
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