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(Some Guy)   Thieves burglarize house, steal homeowner's car, crash it, then return the crashed car to the victim's driveway. You're welcome   (fox8tv.com) divider line 8
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2013-08-30 09:04:17 AM
My understanding up until now has been that If they return the vehicle, it isn't theft, it's called vandalism.
 
2013-08-30 09:07:44 AM
Looks like an '03-ish Eclipse...too bad they brought it back...
 
2013-08-30 09:12:04 AM
Someone's in trouble.

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2013-08-30 09:21:04 AM
I work in insurance.

Once, I insured a guys truck.  I also insured the car dealership where he was selling it on consignment.

Guys broke into the dealership and stole the truck.

As they were joy riding, they crashed it into another truck that I insured.

Then, they took off and drove it into a pond on a farm that I insured.

It actually made the claims pretty easy.  "fark it, send the bills to me" is a pretty good stance in that situation.
 
2013-08-30 09:24:54 AM
FTA: You can see the car leaving the driveway and then coming back.  And shortly after a woman is seen walking away.  We talked to one of the victims who says she doesn't know who that woman is or why her family is being targeted.

Not a burglary. Somebody farked somebody else's boyfriend/husband.
 
2013-08-30 09:39:38 AM
it's "burgled"
 
2013-08-30 09:51:26 AM

Coconice: I work in insurance.

Once, I insured a guys truck.  I also insured the car dealership where he was selling it on consignment.

Guys broke into the dealership and stole the truck.

As they were joy riding, they crashed it into another truck that I insured.

Then, they took off and drove it into a pond on a farm that I insured.

It actually made the claims pretty easy.  "fark it, send the bills to me" is a pretty good stance in that situation.


You are never going to make it in insurance with that kind of attitude.

The standard answer is: I am sorry that is not covered by your policy.
 
hej
2013-08-30 10:16:35 AM
CSB;  Years back I worked with a lady who had her Camaro stolen.  Apparently they felt bad for her, as they returned it and left some food stamps in the car.
 
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