Upon exiting the store, she climbed in a black Nissan - the vehicle was open and the key's were in the ignition - and drove home.
Apparently, the Infiniti owner had left his key fob in the auto, so the door opened and she was able to start it.
Back-tracking through her trips, he asked her to drive with him to the Wal-Mart-where her actual-rental black Nissan Sentra still Saturday Putting together the pieces in his head and remembering his other distraught-over-a-recently-stolen-Infiniti customer, the manager made a call to police.
The saga began in late June when a woman rented a black Nissan Sentra from Enterprise Rent-A-Car company in Cornwall, Ont., about an hour west of Montreal.
According to the CBC, a the woman didn't realize the mistake until she tried to return the vehicle to rental service and the manager was able to put together what happened. Since the rental auto used the same system she was none the wiser to the mixup and drove off on her merry way.
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Following the comical situation, police warned drivers to not to leave key fobs in their cars, because you never know who might take it. After all, she had no inkling she'd stolen the vehicle she was driving. After convincing her that the vehicle was not the one she had taken from the lot, they worked to trace her steps over the past two weeks.
Coincidentally, the man whose auto was stolen came into the same rental place a few days later and told the manager about how his vehicle had been stolen from the Wal Mart.
The keys she turned in belonged to a Nissan Infiniti rather than a Sentra, leaving the manager "slightly confused", said police. When they reached the Walmart parking lot, the rental vehicle was still sitting in the same spot where it had been parked two weeks before, police noted. Police say she caused confusion when she tried to drop of an Infiniti - not the Nissan she originally rented. She also said there were papers in the glove compartment and a dirty ashtray, but it still wasn't enough to tip her off.
"The manager was quite puzzled, as she's turning in keys to an Infiniti, when she rented a Nissan in the first place", MacRae said. The manager looked at the Infiniti keys and told her that it wasn't the original auto she rented.
He had remembered the owner of the Infiniti, who also went to Enterprise to rent a auto, thinking his vehicle was in fact stolen. The agent then called the police to tell them what happened.
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