Car stolen at boulevard

they use sophisticated technology now.
The gangster head supplies and trains the henchmen

[quote=“ian”]they use sophisticated technology now.
The gangster head supplies and trains the henchmen[/quote]

any source to prove your claim?

these modern cars equipped with sophisticated immobilizers…the thief must be coming from a well funded syndicate or some sort, just like in west malaysia, thief equipped with 10k worth of high tech device…

any source to prove your claim?

[quote=“ian”]they use sophisticated technology now.
The gangster head supplies and trains the henchmen[/quote]

i believe in this…

now theres a tech thng that can capture ur locking system…

later xplain…

any source to prove your claim?[/quote]

Quoted from The star January 20th - 2012…could be related…just an example

PETALING JAYA: Vehicle thieves are using high-tech gadgets to make swift and silent getaways.

Where they once used metal rods or rulers to disable a car’s locking system before hot-wiring it, they now rely on high-tech gadgets that can deactivate an alarm and other security features to enable them to steal the vehicle in seven minutes on average.

CID director Comm Datuk Seri Mohd Bakri Zinin said syndicates were using computer harnesses which could be connected to a vehicle’s diagnostic system.

These hand-held devices look like video game consoles to the untrained eye, but they can immobilise a vehicle’s alarm and other security features.

The newer model cars are more vulnerable because they have computer boxes incorporated into their system, he added.

Vehicle thefts are usually a combined effort by several syndicates, Comm Mohd Bakri said, and explained the stages:

First, the thieves steal a targeted car and delivers it to a certain location.

Then a driver takes it to a storage facility before it is either handed over to a freight forwarder or cannibalised for parts.

The syndicates involved do not make any physical contact with each other when passing the car along.

He said police had difficulty clamping down on the syndicates because they did not know each other.

Comm Mohd Bakri said the Bukit Aman Operations, Intelligence and Records division had compiled data on the methods the syndicates use to steal vehicles.

Some of the syndicates target cars in parking lots. After breaking into a vehicle, they drive it bumper to bumper with their own car.

This way they can use their parking ticket to get both vehicles out before the boom gate closes, he said.

He added that there were also cases where syndicates rammed into a targeted car, and when the owner came out to inspect the damage, they jumped in and drove off with the vehicle.

not too much la the price…

any source to prove your claim?[/quote]

Quoted from The star January 20th - 2012…could be related…just an example

PETALING JAYA: Vehicle thieves are using high-tech gadgets to make swift and silent getaways.

Where they once used metal rods or rulers to disable a car’s locking system before hot-wiring it, they now rely on high-tech gadgets that can deactivate an alarm and other security features to enable them to steal the vehicle in seven minutes on average.

CID director Comm Datuk Seri Mohd Bakri Zinin said syndicates were using computer harnesses which could be connected to a vehicle’s diagnostic system.

These hand-held devices look like video game consoles to the untrained eye, but they can immobilise a vehicle’s alarm and other security features.

The newer model cars are more vulnerable because they have computer boxes incorporated into their system, he added.

Vehicle thefts are usually a combined effort by several syndicates, Comm Mohd Bakri said, and explained the stages:

First, the thieves steal a targeted car and delivers it to a certain location.

Then a driver takes it to a storage facility before it is either handed over to a freight forwarder or cannibalised for parts.

The syndicates involved do not make any physical contact with each other when passing the car along.

He said police had difficulty clamping down on the syndicates because they did not know each other.

Comm Mohd Bakri said the Bukit Aman Operations, Intelligence and Records division had compiled data on the methods the syndicates use to steal vehicles.

Some of the syndicates target cars in parking lots. After breaking into a vehicle, they drive it bumper to bumper with their own car.

This way they can use their parking ticket to get both vehicles out before the boom gate closes, he said.

He added that there were also cases where syndicates rammed into a targeted car, and when the owner came out to inspect the damage, they jumped in and drove off with the vehicle.[/quote]

meaning to say it’s high time we have gps tracking enabled being made standard in all of our cars.

any device that can electrocute the thief while we’re away? u know, those Tazer-like device being installed at the car door handle, lol. :stuck_out_tongue:

any source to prove your claim?[/quote]

Quoted from The star January 20th - 2012…could be related…just an example

PETALING JAYA: Vehicle thieves are using high-tech gadgets to make swift and silent getaways.

Where they once used metal rods or rulers to disable a car’s locking system before hot-wiring it, they now rely on high-tech gadgets that can deactivate an alarm and other security features to enable them to steal the vehicle in seven minutes on average.

CID director Comm Datuk Seri Mohd Bakri Zinin said syndicates were using computer harnesses which could be connected to a vehicle’s diagnostic system.

These hand-held devices look like video game consoles to the untrained eye, but they can immobilise a vehicle’s alarm and other security features.

The newer model cars are more vulnerable because they have computer boxes incorporated into their system, he added.

Vehicle thefts are usually a combined effort by several syndicates, Comm Mohd Bakri said, and explained the stages:

First, the thieves steal a targeted car and delivers it to a certain location.

Then a driver takes it to a storage facility before it is either handed over to a freight forwarder or cannibalised for parts.

The syndicates involved do not make any physical contact with each other when passing the car along.

He said police had difficulty clamping down on the syndicates because they did not know each other.

Comm Mohd Bakri said the Bukit Aman Operations, Intelligence and Records division had compiled data on the methods the syndicates use to steal vehicles.

Some of the syndicates target cars in parking lots. After breaking into a vehicle, they drive it bumper to bumper with their own car.

This way they can use their parking ticket to get both vehicles out before the boom gate closes, he said.

He added that there were also cases where syndicates rammed into a targeted car, and when the owner came out to inspect the damage, they jumped in and drove off with the vehicle.[/quote]

meaning to say it’s high time we have gps tracking enabled being made standard in all of our cars.

any device that can electrocute the thief while we’re away? u know, those Tazer-like device being installed at the car door handle, lol. :P[/quote]

Well there is this one:

any source to prove your claim?[/quote]

Quoted from The star January 20th - 2012…could be related…just an example

PETALING JAYA: Vehicle thieves are using high-tech gadgets to make swift and silent getaways.

Where they once used metal rods or rulers to disable a car’s locking system before hot-wiring it, they now rely on high-tech gadgets that can deactivate an alarm and other security features to enable them to steal the vehicle in seven minutes on average.

CID director Comm Datuk Seri Mohd Bakri Zinin said syndicates were using computer harnesses which could be connected to a vehicle’s diagnostic system.

These hand-held devices look like video game consoles to the untrained eye, but they can immobilise a vehicle’s alarm and other security features.

The newer model cars are more vulnerable because they have computer boxes incorporated into their system, he added.

Vehicle thefts are usually a combined effort by several syndicates, Comm Mohd Bakri said, and explained the stages:

First, the thieves steal a targeted car and delivers it to a certain location.

Then a driver takes it to a storage facility before it is either handed over to a freight forwarder or cannibalised for parts.

The syndicates involved do not make any physical contact with each other when passing the car along.

He said police had difficulty clamping down on the syndicates because they did not know each other.

Comm Mohd Bakri said the Bukit Aman Operations, Intelligence and Records division had compiled data on the methods the syndicates use to steal vehicles.

Some of the syndicates target cars in parking lots. After breaking into a vehicle, they drive it bumper to bumper with their own car.

This way they can use their parking ticket to get both vehicles out before the boom gate closes, he said.

He added that there were also cases where syndicates rammed into a targeted car, and when the owner came out to inspect the damage, they jumped in and drove off with the vehicle.[/quote]

meaning to say it’s high time we have gps tracking enabled being made standard in all of our cars.

any device that can electrocute the thief while we’re away? u know, those Tazer-like device being installed at the car door handle, lol. :P[/quote]

Well there is this one:


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those are illegal modifications
I don’t really think it is appropriate to post it here

[quote=“ian”]
those are illegal modifications
I don’t really think it is appropriate to post it here[/quote]

And yet you have no problem posting a thread about brewing own beer, which is in fact illegal in Malaysia.

viewtopic.php?f=36&t=54481&p=587461#p587461

:roll:

[quote=“whatman”][quote=“ian”]
those are illegal modifications
I don’t really think it is appropriate to post it here[/quote]

And yet you have no problem posting a thread about brewing own beer, which is in fact illegal in Malaysia.

viewtopic.php?f=36&t=54481&p=587461#p587461

:roll:[/quote]

stick to the topic pls
this is about car theft’s

[quote=“ian”][quote=“whatman”][quote=“ian”]
those are illegal modifications
I don’t really think it is appropriate to post it here[/quote]

And yet you have no problem posting a thread about brewing own beer, which is in fact illegal in Malaysia.

viewtopic.php?f=36&t=54481&p=587461#p587461

:roll:[/quote]

stick to the topic pls
this is about car theft’s[/quote]

Oh so now its stick to topic after I highlight your thread about illegal beer?

You sound so familiar.

the troll cme bec,hahaha…

Troll got owned, again.

We remember the legendary classic thread of self ownage:

viewtopic.php?f=10&t=43016

any source to prove your claim?[/quote]

Quoted from The star January 20th - 2012…could be related…just an example

PETALING JAYA: Vehicle thieves are using high-tech gadgets to make swift and silent getaways.

Where they once used metal rods or rulers to disable a car’s locking system before hot-wiring it, they now rely on high-tech gadgets that can deactivate an alarm and other security features to enable them to steal the vehicle in seven minutes on average.

CID director Comm Datuk Seri Mohd Bakri Zinin said syndicates were using computer harnesses which could be connected to a vehicle’s diagnostic system.

These hand-held devices look like video game consoles to the untrained eye, but they can immobilise a vehicle’s alarm and other security features.

The newer model cars are more vulnerable because they have computer boxes incorporated into their system, he added.

Vehicle thefts are usually a combined effort by several syndicates, Comm Mohd Bakri said, and explained the stages:

First, the thieves steal a targeted car and delivers it to a certain location.

Then a driver takes it to a storage facility before it is either handed over to a freight forwarder or cannibalised for parts.

The syndicates involved do not make any physical contact with each other when passing the car along.

He said police had difficulty clamping down on the syndicates because they did not know each other.

Comm Mohd Bakri said the Bukit Aman Operations, Intelligence and Records division had compiled data on the methods the syndicates use to steal vehicles.

Some of the syndicates target cars in parking lots. After breaking into a vehicle, they drive it bumper to bumper with their own car.

This way they can use their parking ticket to get both vehicles out before the boom gate closes, he said.

He added that there were also cases where syndicates rammed into a targeted car, and when the owner came out to inspect the damage, they jumped in and drove off with the vehicle.[/quote]

meaning to say it’s high time we have gps tracking enabled being made standard in all of our cars.

any device that can electrocute the thief while we’re away? u know, those Tazer-like device being installed at the car door handle, lol. :P[/quote]

any source to back up your claim?

the best thing you can do is stick with your stock alarm system.
The reason being is that 95% of these so called “car accessories” shops are run by gangsters and they just make extra keys

this is in bm…

hope u guys understand…this is want i wanna tell…

Minggu lalu, kereta seorang wanita telah dicuri di tempat yang sangat sibuk berhampiran Jaya Jusco di Mahkota Cheras, Kuala Lumpur. Kejadian ini adalah sesuatu yang sangat bernilai untuk dikongsi bersama supaya kita dapat mengurangkan peluang kepada pencuri kereta. 

Selepas meletakkan keretanya di tepi jalan di luar Jusco, wanita tersebut mendapati bahawa dia tidak berjaya untuk mengunci keretanya dengan alat kawalan jauh (remote). Pada fikiran beliau alat kawalan jauh tersebut telah kehabisan bateri atau rosak, lalu beliau hanya menggunakan kunci biasa untuk mengunci keretanya secara manual.

Beliau kemudian pergi untuk membeli beberapa barangan runcit dan kira-kira 30 minit kemudian apabila dia kembali ke tempat di mana dia meletakkan kereta beliau, didapati keretanya telah hilang. 

Kemudian di balai polis dan juga di agensi insurans, beliau telah diberitahu bahawa terdapat beberapa sindiket mencuri kereta yang menggunakan peranti elektronik 'klip'frekuensi alat kawalan jauh kereta (car remote's frequency clipping). Alat ini boleh mengesan frekuensi remote kereta semasa ia digunakan untuk mengunci kereta. 

Kesan dari operasi 'clipping' oleh pencuri kereta ini akan menyebabkan pemilik kenderaan tersebut tidak dapat mengunci kereta dengan alat kawalan jauh.Jadi pemilik kereta akan menguncinya secara manual. Sebaik sahaja pencuri ini memperolehi frekuensi alat kawalan jauh kereta anda, mereka akan mencuri kereta apabila anda berada jauh dari kereta anda. 

Pengajaran untuk masa depan apabila anda tidak dapat mengunci kereta anda dengan alat kawalan jauh, kemungkinan tinggi bahawa seseorang berdekatan telah mensasarkan kereta anda. Jadi anda dinasihatkan supaya tidak meletak kenderaan di tempat tersebut dan beredarlah dari situ

More cars should be fitted with manual locking system for added security, such as the gear lock.

what is that?