Charlottetown police recover stolen car

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Chev Cobalt

Tips from public lead to recovery of Chevy Cobalt taken from parking lot of convenience store

A stolen car is back in the hands of its owner following an investigation by Charlottetown Police Services.

The two-door, grey 2006 Chevy Cobalt was taken from the parking lot of the Ken's Corner Needs convenience store earlier this month.

Police put out a notice asking for help from the public on the file and got enough tips to find and recover the stolen car, says an update released on the weekend by the police force.

It said that the investigation is continuing.

The owner of the car posted some comments to The Guardian's first story, saying that she had left the keys in the car while going into the store.

Organizations: Charlottetown Police Services.The

Geographic location: Charlottetown

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  • Joe Doe
    January 11, 2016 - 19:42

    HOW HARD IS IT TO TAKE YOUR KEYS OUT OF THE IGNITION,AS DON CHERRY WOULD SAY,"SMARTEN UP."