Urban Nightmare 2 – The Camry Gets Stolen

I almost didn’t post that creepy camera photo yesterday, because we are under surveillance more than we know. London and the rest of the UK are covered with closed-circuit television cameras, and I’m sure other cities are as well.

But gosh darn it, last night between 9:30 pm and midnight, our 1991 Toyota Camry was stolen. Poof! No sign of break-in, no broken glass. If I could, I would love to see that video, and catch the finks who took it.

The car was parked on the street in Glendale, opposite Glendale Presbyterian Church. My son, who is the primary driver of the car, had gone for a pint with his lads. Normal Friday night stuff. Walking back from the watering hole, he noticed the car was gone the minute he turned the corner of the street it was on. Nothing left but a big vacant space. Poof!

So that brings my total to two cars gone in slightly over three weeks. I’m just getting past that sick-to-my-stomach feeling–and moving on to numbness.

7 Responses to “Urban Nightmare 2 – The Camry Gets Stolen”

  1. hudds53 Says:

    Isn’t it such a sad statement about the condition of our world to have 2 cars stolen within 3 weeks. To think that about 3 or 4 per cent of the population can have such a costly and demoralizing effect on the balance. My thoughts are with you

  2. Jill Says:

    Grrrrr! And virtual internet hug at the same time.

  3. jozjozjoz Says:

    Ugh. I can’t believe that.

  4. Susan Kitchens Says:

    Gasp. gasp. gasp.
    Awful stuff.

    Taking stock: your son is safe.

    I hope Glendale PD can trace it.

  5. Aaron Proctor Says:

    Ugh. I am so sorry to hear this.

  6. Aaron Proctor Says:

    I thought this might cheer you up:


  7. The Camry is Back « West Coast Grrlie Blather Says:

    […] Camry is Back The Camry that was stolen in Glendale wasn’t stolen at all, it was just borrowed.  The Glendale police called and said they […]

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