Woman accidentally stole vehicle, kept it for two weeks


In June, the woman went to Enterprise Rent-A-Car in Cornwall, Ontario, and rented a black Nissan Sentra, CBC reports. Prior to that, in the Lvov area the man stole the bus.

The stolen auto was a 2015 black Infiniti QX50, but the woman didn't notice it wasn't the sedan she had rented.

The man, who had reported his auto stolen, had his vehicle returned to him. "The manager observed the vehicle and asked the woman where she got it", police added.

Two weeks later, when the woman tried to return that very same vehicle, the manager clued in.

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"For the next two weeks, the woman drove around and used the black car for her regular everyday activities" without knowing she was in the wrong - and a reported stolen - car, the police said, according to The Guardian.

She then took the auto to a local Walmart, around the same time the man took his black Infiniti to the same vehicle park.

Police say both cars used fobs, which means they don't require a key to start the auto and it turned out the owner of the stolen Infiniti had left his key fob inside the vehicle.

A woman in Ontario accidentally stole a auto mistaking it for her rental vehicle and drove it around for two weeks before she realised the error.

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"Once inside, the woman spoke to the manager and commented about how unkept the inside of the vehicle was and the fact that there was a set of golf clubs in it as well", reads a Facebook post from the Cornwall police explaining the mixup. Each vehicle was returned to its rightful owner.

When the woman returned the vehicle to the rental agency they were confused when she handed over the Infiniti key.

But little did she know she was actually seated behind the wheel of someone else's auto. Yes, the cops were involved, but luckily, they chose not to arrest or press charges against the woman. For two weeks, this woman drove around in another person's vehicle. Then the rental agent turned into an investigator and took her to retrace her steps, which first led them to the Walmart parking lot where they found the Nissan still parked.

Take your keys with you.


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Though police say there was a "happy and amusing ending to this story", they say it serves as a ideal reminder not to leave key fobs in unattended vehicles.