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Thief Tsk-Tsks Car Owner

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Talk about adding insult to injury.

After a thief broke into a car in Aurora, Ill., during the early morning hours, the crook left behind a note just rubbing it in.

“I could have taken your vehicle, too,” it said.

The thief only took a Garmin GPS unit and a Bluetooth earpiece from the car, but after finding the keys sitting on the console unguarded, the thief apparently put them in the ignition just to make a point, police said.

In this case, we’re going to have to side with the thief: The console is a pretty awful place to leave your keys.

Thief Leaves Warning Note for Car Owner (Suburban Chicago News)

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