Not long ago, a 2003 Ford F-350 owner, Patrick Bray, parked his truck in a relatively safe spot, locked the doors and kept his car keys on him. That said this guy did all the necessary precautions. However, that didn’t stop some car thieves from stealing his truck. Even though Bray knew that his truck was a lost cause, he reported it to the police, nevertheless. However, something pretty extraordinary happened when a photo radar ticket was sent to him.
This happen a couple of weeks after the truck went missing. The photo radar tickets are delivered by roadside cameras which are carefully hidden. Their job is to snap an unsuspecting motorist speeding or running red lights. The photography captures the motorist’s license plate number and face.
Afterwards, both the photo and ticket are sent to the designated address. As you can imagine, most motorists fear getting these tickets. However, for Patrick, it was a major relief as he was not the one operating his truck.
However, what you can see on the picture is not a typical car jacker. Instead, to Patrick’s surprise, it was a nice woman. Bray doesn’t want to put out a wanted advertise for the woman. The reason for this is that she might be a victim, an unknowing buyer of a truck that has been stolen.
Instead, he has another plan which is to wait at the street where the photo radar ticket was taken. It’s a crazy plan, but who knows, he might track down the thief and maybe help the driver if she has been ripped off.
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