Police ‘stumped’ by car thefts using electronic skeleton key

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Police in California have admitted they are baffled by a series of car thefts where robbers use a small hand-held electronic device to unlock supposedly secure car-locking systems.

“This is bad in the sense we’re stumped,” Long Beach deputy police chief David Hendricks told NBC. “We are stumped and we don’t know what this technology is.”

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