Woman keys over 400 cars causing thousands in damages | USA TODAY

Police are searching for a woman who keyed over 400 cars at two dealerships, causing around half a million in damages.

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From January 2023 to April 2023, Royal Canadian Mounted Police said they’ve received three separate reports of “mass car keying incidents” at a dealership in Port Coquitlam, a city in British Columbia, Canada, the RCMP said in a news release Wednesday.

The woman – who is wearing a surgical mask, glasses, gloves and a beanie – used a tool to scratch the exterior of each car in the dealership. The woman also damaged the outside of one of the businesses, police said.

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    1. @Samson Soturian I only been yelled at twice and I laughed the whole time 💀😂 only thing they “asserted” was themselves – A JOKE 🤡

      Buhh shiiii people need to stay committed to taking their meds 🙄

    1. Uh, no. The money they get from that isn’t free money, it simply there to make it look like the customer is getting a better deal. You still have to actually pay someone to fix these cars

    2. @Samson Soturian that’s what insurance is for. The dealership will actually make money off of this.

    3. @CEEAZ insurance would pay for the repairs, not more. Insurance agencies don’t like creating incentives to destroy property for obvious reasons

    4. @Samson Soturian yes they will pay for repairs then they would get the guys in their shop to repair the cars for less than the insurance company gives them.

  1. My question its… what push this woman to do that…. maybe they push her to do it. Just wondering.

  2. In Pakistan, there is a law of the jungle, the military establishment and the government are oppressing the people of Pakistan immensely, there is no law.

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