She noticed a few things missing from her car—but saw a smartphone she wasn’t familiar with.
If you want to learn how to break into a car, all it takes is a quick spin around the Internet to come up with plenty of simple methods, from MacGyver-style physical tricks to more sophisticated gadgets designed specifically to defeat today’s remote-entry systems. With this kind of easy access to stealing methods, more and more people resort to breaking into cars and stealing items from inside—even teens!
Liza Webb returned to her car—only to discover that some things were missing. As she was checking which items were missing from her car, she noticed a smartphone that she wasn’t familiar with—it wasn’t hers!
She then deducted that the owner of the smartphone might be the thief. When she checked the phone, she found out that the owner was just a teen. After checking the phone speed dials, she also noticed that the phone had ‘MOM’ saved as the 2nd speed dial. Though a little bit awkward, she called the number and told the woman who answered about the theft.
Watch how things unfolded below: