On Sunday, November 3, my son dropped his car off at a local auto body shop to have his rear bumper and left rear taillight lense repair after he had backed into a truck in the neighborhood. we picked up his car on the evening of Wednesday, November 6th, about 5:30 pm after work. Today in the mail he gets a overdue ticket notice from the city of Milwaukee, and it shows the ticket was written on Wednesday, November 6th, at 8:35 AM. in the morning. #1 - it is in a neighborhood in Milwaukee that is not the most desirable to say the least (all residential) #2 - He was at work that morning (he was using my jeep while his car was being repaired) It looks like someone, took his car, unauthorized, from the body shop, and drove it to this area, for whatever reason. A friend of my wife, an ex Milwaukee Police officer, said she would defintitely classify this as a stolen auto case. We are going to confront the owner of the auto body shop on Monday and see what he says. This was a shop that the insurance company recommended. My son, to say the least is a little PO'd, because who knows what went down when they used the car....drugs, illegal activities, etc. etc. The car is a 2006 Acura RSX, Type S, which would be considered a very desirable car in the neighborhood that the ticket was written in. We are also wondering if he should get the key changed because of this ? I know it's an electronic key fob, so I don't know how hard it is to make a duplicate. Anybody have any suggestions ? My son is thinking about getting an attorney on this. I know he says that if the person who took the car is an employee of the body shop, he wants this guys butt fired on the spot !~!