We Found 7 Stolen Cars Underwater in Fort Worth, TX

We chose a lake at random in Fort Worth, TX to scuba dive, and ended up finding 7 stolen cars underwater in Lake White. Called the police and they had us help pull the cars out of the lake. 😳

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We Found 4 Stolen SUVs in Lake Como!

Today was not about working on any Missing Person Cold Case, but rather a day to relax with a bit of fun focusing on environmental underwater cleanup.

Big Shout-out to Titan Towing for coming out to volunteer their time and resources. They do things just a bit different in Texas and Titan Towing was not able to take the car because of local laws and the cars being stolen.

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The Fort Worth Police Department was incredible to work with both days and we can’t wait to go back and work with them on a few Missing Persons Cold Cases in the area.

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39 thoughts on “We Found 7 Stolen Cars Underwater in Fort Worth, TX

  1. What I am thinking are the trunks checked… I get the factors of being in the seats or just dumping the cars but if foul play is a factor then trunks are important too…

  2. I’ve never been interested in towing chains, but because Jared is so passionate about his favorite chains I now care about them 😂
    thank you for your time spent helping families and the environment in the process!

  3. My dad use to work for ABC towing. The American flag truck was their newest truck since Magical Micky Mouse. My dad drove The Magical Micky. My dad was a Vietnam Veteran and he died May 1st 2021 do to covid he was 64 his name was Jack Armstrong Jr.

  4. So many questions: (1) Environmental risks with all those oils going into the water? (2) Who pays for the wreckers? That's a lot of gear out there that costs a lot of money. And the cost of having knowledgeable and proficient technicians out there, too? (3) Can you lift them out of the silt with inflation devices? (4) Did y'all get closure on all the vehicles found? I'm going to Day 2 now. Thanks, y'all.

  5. Honestly I think it's kinda great how the only sponsor i've seen so far on this channel is for a video that is not about recovering a lost loved one. I don't know, i just think it shows they have tact.

  6. This is what happens when you start looking for things, you never know what you'll find. Good job boys, thank you Fort Worth PD for being helpful and professional!

  7. Just sitting here thinking do you guys ever clear trunks of cars ? Not that you don’t , just never seen in your videos where you filmed that you have, keep up the good work guys .. appreciate what y’all do especially me being from Texas..

  8. wouldnt that be something just on your boat fishing or if your a random diver cleaning up rivers like these guys and then randomly fine a small parking lot of cars down in the water

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