Bait Car

Bait Car

About the show

Would-be car thieves caught in the act! Police target criminals with a high-tech bait car, rigged with hidden cameras and radio trackers. Will potential thieves take the bait?  

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Upcoming episodes

May 2nd
500a

San Francisco- 317

The City by the Bay has a new approach to tackling auto theft: the bait car.  Every week, San Francisco police hit the city’s toughest neighborhoods with special vehicles, loaded up with surveillance gear and tracking beacons.  What that means is that any potential car thieves are going to be caught on camera when they ply their nefarious trade.  And you’ve got a front row seat.
May 2nd
530a

San Francisco- 318

The City by the Bay has a new approach to tackling auto theft: the bait car.  Every week, San Francisco police hit the city’s toughest neighborhoods with special vehicles, loaded up with surveillance gear and tracking beacons.  What that means is that any potential car thieves are going to be caught on camera when they ply their nefarious trade.  And you’ve got a front row seat.
May 3rd
500a

San Francisco- 319

The City by the Bay has a new approach to tackling auto theft: the bait car.  Every week, San Francisco police hit the city’s toughest neighborhoods with special vehicles, loaded up with surveillance gear and tracking beacons.  What that means is that any potential car thieves are going to be caught on camera when they ply their nefarious trade.  And you’ve got a front row seat.
May 3rd
530a

San Francisco- 320

The City by the Bay has a new approach to tackling auto theft: the bait car.  Every week, San Francisco police hit the city’s toughest neighborhoods with special vehicles, loaded up with surveillance gear and tracking beacons.  What that means is that any potential car thieves are going to be caught on camera when they ply their nefarious trade.  And you’ve got a front row seat.
May 4th
500a

San Francisco- 321

The City by the Bay has a new approach to tackling auto theft: the bait car.  Every week, San Francisco police hit the city’s toughest neighborhoods with special vehicles, loaded up with surveillance gear and tracking beacons.  What that means is that any potential car thieves are going to be caught on camera when they ply their nefarious trade.  And you’ve got a front row seat.
May 4th
530a

San Francisco- 322

The City by the Bay has a new approach to tackling auto theft: the bait car.  Every week, San Francisco police hit the city’s toughest neighborhoods with special vehicles, loaded up with surveillance gear and tracking beacons.  What that means is that any potential car thieves are going to be caught on camera when they ply their nefarious trade.  And you’ve got a front row seat.