It’s not good to steal anything, ever. Last month in Oregon, a group of thieves hijacked a ’95 Jeep and took it for a joyride. The bandits ditched the ride shortly thereafter, but not before capturing the moment with “gram-worthy” selfies on a disposable camera that was found in the glove box.
“How stupid can you be to leave pictures of yourself in the car you stole?” A Portland family got their stolen Jeep back, and a surprise— After developing film from a disposable camera they’d kept in the glove box, they found these snaps of strangers. Recognize them? pic.twitter.com/5z1asvkfdw
— Katherine Cook (@KCookKGW) September 5, 2019
The cops found the abandoned Jeep about a week after it was taken and when it was returned to the owner he took the aforementioned camera in to be developed. He found selfies from the thieves in his new stack of photos. Unfortunately, there’s no way to block accounts from using your disposable camera.
The owner decided not to turn the thieves into the police despite multiple neighbors recognizing them. With the Jeep joyriders on the loose, Oregon remains odd for at least one more day.