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Skyybutter

Concord Mills Car theft

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Skyybutter    60

I recently had my Honda Accord stolen from Concord mills. This happened to me once in Philly and I never dreamed I would have to worry about it here in Charlotte. The funny thing is that I finally gave in while living in philly and bought a Club to go on the steering wheel. Guess where the Club was when my car was stolen this week. Laying in the back seat.lol... Im sure the culprits got a kick out of that because they definately didnt gain anything valuable by taking my vehicle.

My question is this. Are car thefts common at Charlotte area malls? I figure it was some kids trying to get into a gang or something along that line.

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ngp    0

Honda theft is common everywhere. If you've gotta have a Honda, I've always heard that a manual transmission deters most thieves.

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DigitalSky    5

I'm sorry your car was stolen. I think car thefts at malls have been pretty steady, of course SouthPark's gone up ever since the parking decks around the malls have been built, and I think Eastland's and Carolina Place's have been moderate.. it's happening though so you're not the only one

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monsoon    0

There was an article on the news today that said car thefts are up greatly throughout the Piedmont. I remember them saying they were up 100% in even the smaller places like Hickory. They attribute a lot of the increase in thefts to the much higher gas prices.

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