A few months ago, my son's car was broken into while he was visiting a friend across town from where he lives in Portland. He caught the thief in the act, but not before he had taken his GPS navigation and a few other things. My son was able to get a description of the guy but like the police said, it is going to be very difficult to find him in a city of thieves. The douche-bag did drop his key chain full of shaved keys that he apparently used to steal cars. Zoom forward, of course the police never caught the guy: no leads, needle in a haystack, etc... Last week my son's roommate came home from work, went in to grab a few things for his trip back home (North Bend), and was in the house for about five minutes. When he went outside he discovered in that five minutes someone had broken into his truck and stole some items, including his wallet (he's been well brow-beat for leaving his wallet in his vehicle). The thief didn't even try the unlocked doors, he just broke out the window to access the goods. Police were called. Son's roommate called the credit card company to report his card stolen and they told him the card was being used at that very moment at a Target store not far from their home. After telling the police this and getting the report done my son and his roommate drove over to the Target to try to get some info. They talked to a security guard who told them that they had been watching the guy who was using the credit card because he was acting suspicious. They took pictures of him and followed him around (of course he was able to leave the store before any of this valuable information was collaborated). The guard would not let the boys see the surveillance tape; however, as my son described the guy who had broken into his car months before; the security guard confirmed it was the same guy. Moral: Don't assign a "HOME" way-point in your GPS, criminals will follow you home eventually. The two occurrences were three-months and ten or so miles apart. The Bass-turd came back to retaliate for loss of his keys.