Thieves targeting 10-year-old, and older cars in Mo.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Critics say it’s a loophole in a Missouri law big enough to drive a stolen car through. Ever since its passage, auto theft rates have soared in Missouri.
The problems first became apparent in St. Louis, but not they’ve moved to Kansas City.
As FOX 4 Problem Solver Linda Wagar points out, your car could be next.
UPDATE: A woman whose driver’s license was featured in this story has contacted FOX 4 to say she had her license stolen several months ago and has denied involvement with the stolen car. FOX 4 tried to contact the woman before the story aired, but was unable to reach her. We have again reached out for an interview, but so far she has declined.
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