LoJack Reveals its Top Five Stolen Motorcycle Recovery Stories of the Year

WESTWOOD, MA – DECEMBER 20, 2010LoJack Corporation (NASDAQ: LOJN), the company that invented the stolen vehicle recovery market, today revealed its top five motorcycle theft recovery stories of 2010. From busting chop shops, recovering stolen bikes in just minutes and foiling thieves who used fraud, these stories demonstrate how LoJack continues to be the most effective system today for protecting bikes from theft…and getting thieves off the streets.

LoJack’s Top 5 Stolen Motorcycle Recoveries of 2010:

Thief Uses Counterfeit Check to Buy 2007 Harley from craigslist – The owner of a 2007 Harley Davidson listed his bike for sale on craigslist and was deceived by a buyer who paid for it with a counterfeit check. The owner immediately notified Cleveland police and within minutes, they began picking up the bike's LoJack signal. The bike was found in excellent condition and returned to its owner; arrests were pending.

**Police Officer Burglarized; Two Bikes Stolen Along with Guns, Jewelry & TVs **– A law enforcement officer's residence was burglarized, with the bold thief stealing several guns, flat screen TVs, jewelry and two motorcycles. Fortunately, her Ducati was equipped with LoJack. Approximately three hours later, California Highway Patrol Air received the signal from the stolen bike and notified ground units, which tracked the bike to a residence. There, investigators also recovered a second stolen bike, the guns, TVs and most of the stolen jewelry – total value: $60,000. Two suspects with extensive records were arrested.

What Happens in Vegas Stays in Vegas…Especially if You Have a LoJack: Chop Shop Busted in Just Over an Hour – The owner of a 2008 Yamaha motorcycle discovered his bike was stolen and immediately reported it to the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. Within minutes, officers picked up the silent LoJack signal and located the stolen bike parked in a residential garage, where police found not only the stolen Yamaha, but two other stolen bikes, as well as a stolen jet ski and trailer – all in only 64 minutes. A total of three suspects (two of whom were hiding in an attic with a sawed off rifle) were taken into custody.

_Suzuki Motorcycle Recovered in 6 Minutes leads to $90,000 Recovery _– The owner of a stolen 2008 BLK Suzuki GS1 motorcycle equipped with LoJack Early Warning was notified that his bike was moved without permission and immediately contacted New Orleans Police. Within minutes, Gretna Police tracked down the bike inside a Ford 350 van in the parking lot of an apartment complex. Upon investigation, police learned that the van was also stolen along with another identical van – total value of all three vehicles: $90,000.

_Recovered Bike with LoJack Leads to Four Other Stolen Bikes and an Escalade _– A stolen 2008 Honda CBR1000 with LoJack was tracked down by Baltimore area police and auto theft detectives, who not only recovered the bike, but also four additional stolen bikes and a Cadillac Escalade that had been stolen in New York City in 2007.

About LoJack Corporation
LoJack Corporation, the company that invented the stolen vehicle recovery market more than two decades ago, is the global leader in finding and recovering a wide range of mobile assets including cars, construction equipment and motorcycles—having recovered more than $5 billion USD in stolen assets worldwide. In today’s rapidly changing world, LoJack’s core competencies are more valuable and more relevant than ever as they are now being applied into new areas, such as the prevention, detection and recovery of stolen cargo and finding and rescuing people with cognitive disorders such as Alzheimer's and autism. LoJack has the proven processes, ultimate technology for recovery—Radio Frequency—and unique integration with law enforcement agencies, making its offerings the most effective solutions that not only deliver a wide range of recoveries, but also enhance the safety of the public on a global level. LoJack's Stolen Vehicle Recovery System operates in 28 states and the District of Columbia, and in more than 30 countries throughout North America, South America, Europe, Africa and Asia. For more information, visit www.lojack.com, www.twitter.com/LoJackCorp or www.Facebook.com/LoJackCorp.