By ZEINAB NAJM
HEIGHTS — Police responded to a house in the 8400 block of Fenton for a possible stolen red Dodge Charger Jan. 3. Upon arrival, officers did not see the Charger parked in the driveway or any broken glass.
After a check of the perimeter, the responding officer said there was no forced entry to the doors or windows of the house.
The victim was contacted via phone when she said that about 9:30 a.m. Dec. 30 she parked and locked her Charger in the driveway before leaving in a cab to the airport.
She received a notification to her phone via the U-Connect application about 5:29 a.m. Jan. 3 saying her Charger was in motion. She continued to receive the notification every five minutes, updating her on the location of her vehicle which was last pinging at a house in Detroit.
The victim contacted U-Connect and spoke to an employee who said to call police. Dearborn Heights dispatch advised Detroit police where the vehicle was parked.
Detroit Police officers checked the area for the Charger. There was no further information.