Auto Theft Prevention Initiative Program Now Open to All Montgomery County Residents

by Patrick Herron

With the recent spike in auto thefts across the county, Montgomery County Police are now offering all residents an opportunity to participate in the Auto Theft Prevention Initiative. The program was initially only open to residents in MCPD’s 4th District (Wheaton).

Per MCPD: “Officers will install a Tile device in the registered owner’s vehicle, which can be used as an aid to assist law enforcement officials with locating a vehicle in the event it is stolen. Montgomery County Police officers will not have the ability to track the Tile device. It will be up to the registered owner of the vehicle, to provide location information to officers should their vehicle be stolen.

Participation in the program is FREE!!! If interested, contact Sergeant Enendu at: 240-773-5581 or ijeoma.enendu@montgomerycountymd.gov.”

 

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