LoJack led Georgia police to an alleged "auto repair shop," which was housing a rash of stolen vehicles.

  • September 12, 2011
  • recovery stories

ATLANTA (CBS ATLANTA) – The Georgia State Patrol and Atlanta Police Department said they raided what appeared to be an auto repair shop in the 1300 block of Miller Reed Avenue Monday afternoon. But detectives said when they went inside they discovered a chop shop for stolen vehicles. APD said it was tipped off by state troopers and a LoJack hit.

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