In this case, the prayers of the suspects went unanswered after they saw a police car following them. Despite fervent and sincere prayer, the engine on the bait car was disabled by police and the suspects were arrested.

A couple of these guys wanted a ride home. But, in a stolen car?

With the launch of the new Bait ATV, Bait Snowmobiles, Bait Watercraft, Bait Bike programs, we present a new video. This video shows the relationship between auto theft and the danger it poses to the public.

Bait cars give police and the public an insider's view of what is going on inside a stolen vehicle.

In less than a minute, this car thief has the car already up and started. It can happen so fast.

In order to get around some of the manufacturer's safe guards to try and protect your vehicle from being stolen, the professionals know what to do.

This video is interesting because the when they are arrested, one car thief decides to take a time out and check out a book.

Auto theft can be very dangerous and this is a car thief that should have thought twice before stealing a bait car in Washington State. Check out this dramatic video that is courtesy of the Bellevue, Washington Police Department. 

It is a Friday night and all this suspect wants to do is steal a Bait Car, sing along to the radio, and then leap from a moving vehicle.

A few guys decide to get together and take revenge upon another group of guys they don't really know. The problem is, they let the rookie drive. They have to give him instruction on how to get away. But wait, it turns out he is a defensive driver!

A bait car was activated and the arrest happened quickly.

This video needs very little explanation. This was a close call and it could have ended badly.