Maple Ridge (2016)
Two thieves steal a Bait Car to haul some bikes before police quickly move in and safely disable the vehicle.
While most vehicle thefts can happen in a matter of moments, this Bait Car theft from 2011 showed a car thief working at his own pace.
It took only a few minutes once the vehicle was stolen for police to find a safe spot to apprehend the thief.
In this Bait Car video from Chilliwack, BC two car thieves pick up their friends for a joy ride. All one of them cares about is them moving that seat forward!
A simple guide to how a Bait Car works using footage from various Bait Car thefts over the years... Steal a Bait Car, go to jail.
When these car thieves stole a Bait Car in Abbotsford, BC in 2014, this first thought was to hit the McDonald's drive-thru.
This Ridge Meadows Bait Car theft lead to a successful identification of the suspect, an arrest, guilty plea and sentenced to jail time.
These two car thieves decide to run and end up crashing the bait car. One of the suspects passes out after the crash and gets a reassuring lick from the police dog.
A short car ride in a bait car results in the classic line: "What did I do?"
This guy stole a bait car from Burnaby, BC in November 2004. He drove the bait car from Burnaby into Vancouver, and then onto Highway One into Burnaby again.
These two guys think they hit the jackpot when they steal this Bait Truck with a spare set of 'sick rims' in the box.
It won't take long before you figure out that these two car thieves aren't brain surgeons. One of them steals a bait truck but his buddy wants to drive.
Every year, we make a list of the Top 10 Fears of Car Thieves. Each year we do this, we find the number one fear of the typical car thief is the police dog. Last year, we reminded you that the number one fear of car thieves is still the police dog.