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By Marcus - / Sunday 20 January 2019 18:00 /
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By  bluejello2001  |  16

The wording sounds like you intentionally left your car keys *in the lock of the car door* when you walked away to the trash can.
If that's the case, sorry, but it's kind of your own fault.

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By  simmpandher  |  24

What were the chances of that 🔑🚗

By  bluejello2001  |  16

The wording sounds like you intentionally left your car keys *in the lock of the car door* when you walked away to the trash can.
If that's the case, sorry, but it's kind of your own fault.

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  simmpandher  |  24

I agree, I think that's what happened

By  TxKitten79  |  9

It always amazes me when people leave their cars or houses unlocked, or leave keys in the car, or keys in the doors, and then are surprised that their stuff gets stolen. I just dont understand leaving things like cars and houses unsecured. Your own fault. Furthermore, a lot of insurance companies won't cover car theft if you left the keys in it.

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  Wade Epperson  |  1

Sometimes people go for the easiest targets vs age etc. the newest cars usually without a key are way harder to steal, if there is a key they will steal it... older cars are the easiest of course to steal, and also he left the keys there going back to the easiest target.

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It’s possible the battery in the fob was dead. Those don’t last forever. My last car had a working fob, but the battery in it died and it was too much of a pain to replace, so I just used the key in the door instead.

Also, you say that like all old cars are bad. Or could have been a vintage muscle car or something. Those are very well liked and go for lots of money at car auctions.