- Mar 7, 2014
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In my area, very distinctive restored classic cars are being stolen a lot. You would think they would be easily recovered, but they have not been.
my sincerest condolences to such criminals with this problemHaving a vehicle bolo has to cause some major problems for the perp. Not everyone can afford to ditch their vehicle and buy a new one to drive. Now what?
I have been around the Dodge muscle cars, and the engine does rev loud. It seems to be the point. No way to know for sure if the images of cars today mean anything at all, IMO, but I will say that. Add the red or orange color, and possibly the stripes- it’s someone looking to be noticed. It is so confounding, that car, and why it is being publicized. The other car seems like one that blends in better. Guess we will see.
ah yes, my mistake this is true. he was arrested and then LE asked people to jog their memories about the jeep because Dylan was still missing.As far as I know they never put out a national bolo on the jeep he had rented. He rented the jeep in his name.
The local..state police nor the FBI knew anything about Duncan or even who he was until he told them his name when he returned in the same red jeep with Shasta.
Iirc all if that info about the vehicle was learned afterwards.
I could see a meth head driving a burnt orange challenger.1) Neither of those vehicle types would likely be driven by the stereotypical meth head.
2) Neither of those vehicle types would likely be utilized by the typical home invader.
We're all probably going to be pretty shocked when we find out what went down. Seems like it could be a bit more intimate now than random, FWIW.
I couldn’t understand why there were no searches on Tuesday the day after her disappearanceIt does seem odd that investigators would have a call for 2000 at this point. I mean, I know they may have some new clue but shouldn't this massive search have been conducted anyways last week?! Also, if the intruder and abductor(s) were making a fast getaway with Jayme, I don't think they would stop in the thickened woods in this search area, as it may not be on their route out or would be too close by to take a chance to stop there.
- Multiple rounds were “spent” 
- The family’s dog was alive inside the residence when deputies responded 
- Authorities found a “violent crime scene.” 
Maybe they weren’t driving at all but parked in the area? Maybe seen leaving the area and. Car occupants could be potential witnesses without realizing it?I’m not going to get too wrapped up in these cars without more info. We could go round and round re: these cars for months. Were they the only cars driving near the Closs home around midnight to 1am? Which direction from the house? Maybe there is something to them, maybe not.
I think, in 2018, you can't ascribe a certain vehicle to anyone. The opiod and heroin and meth epidemic is hitting hard everywhere; and the idea of what a typical addict looks like, drives, career, is out the window.I could see a meth head driving a burnt orange challenger.
The police obviously think there is something to them, although we can only guess as to why. Hopefully they do have a strong connection to the crime scene.I’m not going to get too wrapped up in these cars without more info. We could go round and round re: these cars for months. Were they the only cars driving near the Closs home around midnight to 1am? Which direction from the house? Maybe there is something to them, maybe not.