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The region’s bait car program — believed to be the world’s biggest — is run by 22 specialist officers in the Integrated Municipal Provincial Auto Crime Team (IMPACT) and they are making an impact. Bait car thefts led directly to 304 arrests since 2014, and 45 to date in 2019.

A video of a couple stealing a Bait Car (and then deeply regretting it) in Langley, BC has been released by this week.

Police are warning wannabe car thieves the vehicle they are taking might be more than they think.

Police are asking for the public's help to identify a man caught on camera breaking into a bait car.

Police looking to identify suspect with unique tattoos from Garrison Crossing incident early May 12

On Thursday, a video of thieves trying to steal an RCMP bait car in Metro Vancouver was shared on social media.

“Don’t drive it like you stole it.”

Inspector Brian MacDonald of the Integrated Municipal Provincial Auto Crime Team explains the common mistakes vehicle owners make that leave them targets of thieves.

April 2019 is Auto Crime Enforcement Month, and the RCMP are asking the public to stay alert.

With April winding down, so is Auto Crime Enforcement Month. This year’s theme has been “Check Your Doors Before They Do” and was established to encourages drivers to protect themselves and their vehicles from becoming victims of theft.