This one sounds way too convenient. Apparently the project manager on a new type of vehicle-anti-theft system had his car stolen (and recovered) just a couple weeks before the technology was to be launched. The "thief" was never caught and the car was found, "abandoned," a few miles from the owner's home. The timing, and the complete lack of details seem to work in favor of this being more of a publicity stunt than a real crime at work.
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