As the weather turns colder and more and more people are getting out and about for the holiday season, local authorities are warning about an increase in the number of vehicles left running to warm up that are being stolen. They advise that if the vehicle does not contain a remote start system, drivers should remain with their vehicles. They also recommend removing any valuable items and to call police in the event your vehicle is broken into or stolen and to not try to approach a thief on your own.
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