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Atlanta Police Chief Warns of Dramatic Spike in Car Thefts Targeting Kias and Hyundais

The Atlanta police chief, Darren Schierbaum, has issued a second warning about car thefts in the city.

He says that thieves are still targeting Kia and Hyundai vehicles, particularly the two models that can be taken in just seconds.

This has led to a dramatic spike in car thefts, with the number of stolen Kias and Hyundais increasing more than six-fold in the first two months of this year compared to the same period in 2022.

The problem is so severe that young car thieves, known as the “Kia boys,” have formed groups in cities across the country to steal these vehicles.

One Kia owner from St.

Louis said that car thefts are so bad there that they have a group of guys called the Kia Boys who steal these vehicles.

According to the Atlanta police chief, thieves are using a device to bypass the security system on the steering column and start the vehicles, making it easy for them to drive off with the cars.

The police department is urging Kia and Hyundai owners to take precautions and protect their vehicles.

The corporation has also responded to the problem by redesigning its newer models and offering protection to customers with older models.

However, some Kia owners are still unconcerned and believe that luck is on their side.

The increase in car thefts is a cause for concern, and the police department is urging residents to be vigilant and take steps to protect their vehicles.

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