Car wash crime for the month of March.
Three stories of true, yet strange crimes at car washes around the world.
Some vehicles perceive a car wash as a threat.
Tip to car wash employees: Don't steal your customers' cars. You will be caught.
A car wash worker in Wisconsin stole $45,000 throughout the year by skimming hundreds each shift.
When a woman's vehicle was stolen from a car wash tunnel in Georgia, she wants the business held responsible.
Thieves in Bradenton, Florida, didn't quite make off with the dough, but they left a mess for one car wash owner.
Criminals are making off with a few hundred dollars and leaving car wash businesses with thousands of dollars in equipment damage.
In Wasilla, Alaska, an employee stole more than $400,000 in coins and time from a car wash business. When he was fired from the job, profits rose considerably.