GPS Tracker Found on Houston Home Victim’s Car Raises Concerns

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(KTRK) — They can track your every move, and some employers have been know to use them in their fleet of vehicles. But one Houston man says he found a GPS tracking device on his personal truck, and is now concerned for his safety.

When Jeremiah Sammons brought his truck in for a routine oil change, the mechanics made an alarming discovery.

“And they say ‘Sir, this looks like some type of GPS tracking device,'” he said.

It was attached to the undercarriage with two very strong magnets. Sammons to took it to a local spy shop to learn more.

“The guy took a look at it and he said that they sell similar devices. That it’s about 300 and something dollars, and people pay a monthly fee of about $50,” Sammons said.

Sammons says he’s concerned and “thinks” it may be connected to what happened a month ago.

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