Tire Thieves Leave Car On Cinder Blocks At Grosvenor


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  A resident at the Grosvenor recently found their car missing some very important parts. Police say they received a call for a car up on cinder blocks on Wednesday afternoon in the 10400 block of Grosvenor Place. The owner of the vehicle had already made a police report for stolen tires and rims. A tow truck took the car to a local repair shop. Police are investigating when the tire theft took place, but New Year's Day is known as one of the most busy holidays for car thieves. In 2011, more car thefts took place on New Year's Day nationwide than any holiday other than Halloween. New Year's Eve ranked fifth on the list. About half a dozen Arlington residents had their tires stolen and cars placed on cinder blocks late last year.

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