On Thursday, a video of thieves trying to steal an RCMP bait car in Metro Vancouver was shared on social media.
IMPACT – BC Auto Crime Police shared the video on Twitter of two thieves trying to steal a car in Ridge Meadows.
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The suspects first loaded two bikes and three tires into the backseat of the car. Shortly afterwards, the suspect in the passenger seat gives the driver to keys to the car.
“Don’t drive it like you stole it” says the passenger in the video.
A few minutes later, the female suspect in the passenger seat asks the male driver “you don’t think this is a Bait Car or anything?” and he responds “not even close!”
At the 1:25 mark of the video, the two individuals notice a police car and the female passenger says “he’s turning”.
After the thieves realize that they were indeed in a bait car, Ridge Meadows RCMP safely disabled the engine and arrested them.
You can watch the full video below:
All that work loading all those bicycles into the backseat only to have @RidgeRCMP safely disable the engine and arrest the suspects just a couple minutes later.
Steal a Bait Car, go to jail.
Watch more videos at: https://t.co/vJVE2OojKf#StopAutoCrime pic.twitter.com/PnsAbsccke
— IMPACT – BC Auto Crime Police (@officialbaitcar) May 15, 2019
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