Tickets, Toll Charges Sting For Stolen Car Owner A Colorado woman has been able to keep track of her stolen car, thanks to the many tickets and toll charge bills she's received.

Tickets, Toll Charges Sting For Stolen Car Owner

Tickets, Toll Charges Sting For Stolen Car Owner

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A Colorado woman has been able to keep track of her stolen car, thanks to the many tickets and toll charge bills she's received.

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep with a benefit of the information age - Melissa Gonzales can track her stolen car. Ever since somebody took the Colorado woman's SUV, she's been receiving clues to its location in the mail. She tells KMGH-TV she received a parking ticket, then a highway toll charge, and she received a photo radar ticket. We do not know the names of the four people photographed in the car. We do know they were driving 85 in a 45 mile an hour zone. It's MORNING EDITION.

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