Pretty accurate, they drove a stolen range rover thru a closed gate security called the police while the 1 of the guys were trying too steal a ss blazer(unsuccessfully)another was taking my car and for some reason or another instead of blocking the only entrance the police were parked outside the gate and decided too throw a spike strip (and missed) then the chase was called of just down the street. The range rover got away , my car got away knowone caught. Lots of sightings of the car 40 minutes from me . But because of the location the police aren't very helpful. I've gotten hundreds of msgs today about it but still no car unfortunately.This is how it appears from my perspective and background. Someone probably saw dude trying to get into the car by slim jim or breaking window etc and called the cops. Cops arrived as dude was just taking off. They tried to stop him and he went full on smokey and the bandit. This was caught by someone on video due to all the commotion outside..lights/sirens, etc. Thief takes off and cops are told by a superior to NOT pursue because of the "liability" if he crashes. This is due to the "what if" society we have become. "What if" he crashes into someone. "What if" he rolls the car and dies. "What if" one of the officers involved in the pursuit crashes. Etc. Etc. Due to all of the lawsuits and ambulance chasing lawyers the easy answer is simply don't chase. I don't think it was the young officers fault. The young ones are usually the ones who will drive the tires off their cars to catch the bad guys.
That doesn't seem like the Canadian way of doing things.I wouldn't wait for the cops to find it, go to the area social media is see'n the car and stake out with a few friends, you wanna find your car?