Watch thieves called 'sliders' snatch purses at gas pumps [UPDATE]
That kind of behavior would be downright reckless in some of our nation's metro areas, where purses and personal items are seemingly unsafe even when one is pumping gas directly next to a vehicle. A new CNN report details the actions of so-called "sliders," thieves who pull up to cars at a gas station, "slide" to the door while keeping under the field of view of the side window, and then snatch loose items from unattended passenger seats. Lock those doors, roll up those windows and watch the video report below for tips, city dwellers.
UPDATE: Due to the amount of offensive comments that were being left on this post, we decided to turn off the ability to comment here.
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