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Stolen Auto from the 2200 Block of Newton Street, NE PSA 503

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  • Beach, Mark (MPD)
    On Thursday, February 7, 2013 a car was stolen from the 2200 Block of Newton Street, NE in PSA 503. PLEASE NOTE: The manner of theft needs your immediate
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 7, 2013
      On Thursday, February 7, 2013 a car was stolen from the 2200 Block of Newton Street, NE in PSA 503.
       
      PLEASE NOTE:  The manner of theft needs your immediate attention.  At least three subjects were riding in a Sport Utility Vehicle in the 2200 Block of Newton Street, NE when they bumped the operator of late model Infinity from behind.  Both vehicles stopped to inspect the damage and while the operator of the Infinity was at the rear of the car, one of the suspects jumped into the Infinity and sped off.  The Infinity was just recovered in the 2900 block of 2nd Street, SE Washington, DC by Auto Theft Investigators from the Seventh Police District.
       
      Should you get out of your car to inspect damage in a similar minor accident, get out to pump gas or leave your auto unattended to warm up in the mornings you expose yourself to being a victim.  PLEASE take your keys from the auto's ignition when you are not behind the wheel.
       
      Mark Beach
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      Metropolitan DC Police Department
      Fifth Police District
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      Washington, DC 20002

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