Car thief's resume left in stolen vehicle!!
Forgetting his resume behind in a stolen car might put a thief’s job hunt in park should it lead police to his whereabouts.
Jason Lapointe says his online sleuthing, using clues left behind in his stolen 2005 Dodge Neon including the possible suspect’s resume, likely offers a lead to a thief.
The 36-year-old woke up Monday to an early-morning phone call from cops saying his car was stolen from outside his northwest home.
They said thieves attracted police attention after someone reported a car stuck in a back alley near Chinook Centre.
Lapointe said he was told the suspects bolted when police showed up.
But in taking off, the thief or thieves left behind some items in his car including a toque, Ozzy Osborne CD, hoodie, t-shirt, stick of Old Spice deodorant and resume.
Convinced the items belonging to what he dubbed “Canada’s dumbest criminal,” he gave them to police.
“I thought this guy is extremely stupid,” he said.
“I think (police) have all the information they need ... you’re busted.”
Posted on Thursday, February 17, 2011 at 7:48:28 AM