Catching Criminals With Radio Commercials 2:12

Criminals made off with thousands of dollars worth of rims and tires from a Canadian car dealership. The owner was so upset that he broadcast a radio ad that would reward anyone for information leading to the criminals arrest. We wanted to find out if it worked or not, so we talked to the dealership owner himself.

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