By Anonymous - United States
Today, both my car and my father's car were broken into. They stole my radio, purse, wallet, camera, and multiple items of clothing. What did they take from my dad's car? Some screwdrivers to rip my radio out of my dash. FML
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  bestnameright  |  14

Well to be fair to op, haven't you left your purse with your wallet, and your radio in the car? The rest I'm sure most people have left the rest of things in their car.... Then again I've never owned a car so I might be wrong :)

  Mads_1234  |  28

Most people would never consider leaving their wallet in their car. I know that at my local mall, they have signs posted everywhere telling you to take your valuables with you.

  emilyjgraham  |  34

I'd never leave my bag with all my things in and in my boyfriends old car we used to take the radio out and I'd have it in my bag because it was expensive. You should never leave valuables in your car!

  bredahl  |  26

Most aftermarket stereo systems you buy at stores come with a button to take off the front face of the radio so it basically becomes useless until you put it back on. It's still unwise to leave your purse/wallet/camera in your car, even in a low-crime area. You never know...

  little_one  |  20

Hey retard in Canada shit gets taken all the time! People going down streets breaking car windows etc. I don't lock my door at home if I am in it and awake but you always lock your door before you leave or go to bed common sense no matter where you live. Safe not sorry.

  Fanain  |  2

#70 LOL okay you do know that 70% of Canadians live near the border to the states? I live out in the bush in Canada. So many places here that are forested. Canada is pretty different from the states.

  SammyS2012  |  21

Here in Miami, you have to always have to take your purse just in case. My sister went to Jacksonville to visit a friend, and they didn't even lock their doors, and they left everything in their car.

Maybe OP lives in a place like that, but bad luck hit. I think it's still pretty dumb to leave valuables in a car, but that's because of where I was brought up

  crammer1  |  6

Was OP naive? Yes. However it doesn't mean that she deserved it and should have her stuff stolen. Her car, her property and F&ck our lives that we live in a society where this type of crime is rampant and expected.

  TheUndesired  |  1

I don't think anyone deserves to be stolen from. Although I do think it was stupid to leave those valuables in the car because there are idiots who think stealing is okay.

  imagineapc  |  11

Car alarms are pretty pointless anymore. Most newer cars have them (not my 97 Jeep), so when one goes off not many people think "Hey I wonder if that's mine!"
In my last apartment complex, a car alarm started going off around continued to go off until 7am, when the owner of the car was finally leaving for the day.

  Vash_41288  |  10

"pointless anymore.." sounds odd, but depends on the alarm, mine after door or something has been opened it will text/email or call me to let me know alarm has been tripped. I still don't leave anything important in there though.