CASTAIC, Calif. — Police recovered for than 35 stolen vehicles, including heavy equipment and recreation vehicles, during a 10-hour operation Monday night, KHTS Radio reported.
After receiving a LoJack stolen vehicle recovery system hit, 15 deputies went to a remote 60-acre property in a rural area of northern Los Angeles County.
More than $1 million in stolen vehicles was recovered including several motorhomes and even an Airstream travel trailer reported stolen more than 3 years ago. Several of the units had missing or altered vehicle identification numbers, the station reported.
LoJack officials said it is the largest vehicle recovery operation in company history. The LoJack system features a hidden transmitter that helps police track down stolen vehicles.
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