The unusual spate of car crime is the latest method being used by thieves thwarted by the latest manufacturer fitted immobilisers and alarms that prevent vehicles from being hot-wired
and stolen from car parks.
It seems it was hot-wired
and then they ran riot driving it around the links.
These disparities figure, almost metonymically, the supposed difference between German and American painting, the former taken to be much more hot-wired
to "Conceptual" practices.
Most of the 15-year olds we read about these days would have hot-wired
that car, stolen it and then demanded a king's ransom for four-year-old Hannah.
The vandals hot-wired
the club's buggies and used them to wreak a trail of destruction across the course but despite four buggies, each worth pounds 5,000, being been written off, Consett insist it's business as usual and much of the damage has been repaired.
They CUT through a lock on gates, HOT-WIRED
the pounds 5,000 camper van belonging to a neighbour and DROVE OFF in the early hours.
The thieves had hot-wired
the car, removed the ignition, and stolen a stereo and CD player.
Some kids hot-wired
her, and the police chased them after they ran a stop sign at 4 a.
On a spiritual level, gambling films imply a yearning for amazing grace that is hot-wired
into human DNA.
USSC's vehicle anti-theft products are the only solid-state auto security systems guaranteed to prevent any vehicle from being hot-wired
and driven away.
Fire crews called to the accident confirmed that the car had been hot-wired
Ray Wilson, 22, hot-wired
the Caterpillar truck in York city centre with a view to driving it to his mother's home in Liverpool, York Crown Court heard.