A Massive Car Heist in NYC

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A Massive Car Heist in NYC

SSP Blog Graphic 1 2023

Crime is up in NYC, and it’s not just car owners who are being targeted. A luxury car dealership in Queens, New York had an estimated 26 cars stolen from the dealership lot. This comes after another car heist that took place in the city months prior, and many believe it was done by the same group of criminals. Criminals are almost always repeat offenders, and these events could be easily prevented especially after the first incident.   

How it Happened

As the thieves broke into the Car Siri dealership in Queens, they ended up cutting the power on the property so that surveillance cameras could not record them in the act. This allowed them to make multiple trips back to the lot and steal hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of vehicles.

Don’t Let This Happen To Your Dealership

Your dealership should not suffer the consequences that this one in Queens did. The second the power goes out, our team is alerting you as the owner and local law enforcement to make sure an elaborate criminal plan is not taking place. We at SSP will never leave anything to chance. Our Remote Guarding system is the security solution your dealership can depend on. This is true live monitoring where a dedicated operator watches live video and can provide real-time audio intervention. Rather than just detecting and recording, Live Remote Guarding stops crime before it happens.  

SSP | Remote Video Guarding Near Me

The integration of remote video intervention is one of the most powerful strategies you can implement to protect your business from intrusion and crime. SSP serves the state of Georgia and offers best-in-class service and custom solutions to meet your commercial vertical market and discipline needs. Our scalable solutions can grow with you, and never lock you into proprietary systems. If you are looking for a commercial security company in Georgia, look no further. SSP is here to serve you. Call SSP today. 1-888-540-0175

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