Toronto Police Gives Advice On Auto-Theft: Just 'Leave Your Keys Out'

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by Tyler Durden
Thursday, Mar 14, 2024 - 11:00 PM

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Toronto Police have given advice to residents worried about the city’s spiraling auto theft problem – just let thieves steal your car by leaving them the keys.

Yes, really.

Authorities are literally telling people that to stop criminals attacking them inside their home, they should just leave the key fob for the car at the front door.

Toronto Police Service Constable Marco Ricciardi said, “To prevent the possibility of being attacked in your home, leave your [key] fobs at your front door because they’re breaking into your home to steal your car. They don’t want anything else.”

And believe it or not, some people are actually taking the advice.

“Spoken or not, though, some Torontonians have evidently taken the advice to heart,” reports the Drive.

“Like one person who—after having their vehicle broken into three times—opted to leave their car unlocked (along with a big, handwritten note indicating this) so that would-be thieves don’t break the window again.”

Respondents on X expressed their anger at the idiocy.

“This is what an unarmed society looks like,” remarked one.

“Where guns are illegal. Except criminals have them, and you don’t,” commented lawyer Viva Frei.

“And the police are imploring you to leave your keys at the front door so armed criminals can steal your cars, and hopefully spare your life. It’s been a while since I’ve said it, but FUCK YOU Justin Trudeau!”

One car is stolen in Canada every six seconds.

Toronto has experienced such a massive epidemic of car thefts that people are having to go to extraordinary lengths to try to combat it given the police seem completely disinterested.

“One Toronto resident, Dennis Wilson, told the Times that he has to set aside an extra 15 minutes in his commutes to account for his many security measures, which include two car alarms, a tracking device, four Apple AirTags, motion-sensitive floodlights and a key fob kept in a hack-proof Faraday bag,” reports blogTo.

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