Have you seen me? Help find stolen car? (3BMN555)
Original post made by Christopher Cabrall on Feb 8, 2010
I've lived in Pleasanton my whole life since 1984, and never thought it would possible I'd be a victim there of grand theft auto
except perhaps in video games). I'm trying to appeal to any method I can think of to spread the word/my story/and of course the identifying information/photos about my stolen car. I've tried facebook, twitter, craigslist, my town's local newspaper, etc. and apologize for trying your time as well.
If you are shopping for such a car on craigslist buyer be wary!
check for some details to be sure you're not about to buy a stolen vehicle!
Please let me know of anything suspicious, leads, etc.
Gray/Purple 2 door acura integra (stolen 2/7/2010).
standard model, no modifications.
California license plate = 3BMN555; san jose sharks license plate holder.
Missing antenna. Broken, twisted front license plate holder (so no front license; unless this was repaired to disguise it)
Noticeable and identifiable severe damage/dent/broken between driver door and front left wheel, and so some exposed wires there.
Driver's door wouldn't open all the way.
Interior passenger door lock switch would not work (could only be locked from outside).
cup holder in center console was broken, flimsly hanging in there.
odometer approx 82,000 miles.
Please help me keep on eye out for it, the police think it would be parked/abandoned on a residential street or parking lot.
Will add VIN number, police report number soon if that would help.
looks just like this other person's (SEE PHOTOS!);
even in very similar condition! except for a couple small dents and the obvious damage between driver door and wheel mine had.
Also if responsible, feel free to return it and my laundry that was in it (I had 4 full bags of it!!!); no questions asked
(honestly, just leave it back in pleasanton near where you took it).
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