Had my Ghia broken into last night. The car was locked, but there's no evidence of forced entry. Locks still work fine.
I walked out to the car this morning, saw the drivers door half open, looked inside and everything was upside down. They took my Ray-Ban sunnies and about $50 worth in loose change. They made a half-witted attempt at the CD player, but left it. They also left my hand held CB which they took out of the map pocket, and left on the drivers seat. Maybe they forgot it?
I feel sick right now.
The car will get a silent alarm this week, and hopefully they strike again.
Not good, and BTW packing tape it the amature way to get into an XF, there is a far quicker simplier very scary way, if you want to know more Pearly drop me a PM, and will tell you how to secure an XF properly.
I did put something here, but it vanshied, I think
Yeh, I'm just glad the car wasn't damaged.
I'll fit some deadlocks when I get home tonight, and the alarm goes on Wed.
Monitoring for Doors, boot, wheels, windows, engine immobiliser, shock sensor,
two long distance LCD paging remotes ranging 3000ft, keyless entry & boot release
outputs, car call back monitoring, and remote engine start.
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