You have to treat this as if anybody else stole your car. You have the same rights, to recover your car by all means legal. Unfortunately, the police do not put stolen cars (once it has already been stolen) high on their priority list. That is very unfortunate to me as well.
can help you pay off the balance of you carry such insurance. You should, or might, since the lender may have required it.
If you are filing a protection order, it has to be served on him, so that is one way to find his whereabouts.
In all honesty though, these types of situations wind up with the boyfriend coming back later with the car, and thinking a simple sorry will take care of everything. Do not let that happen. Let the police know the car was recovered as soon as this happens. They may have a patrolman in the area and can have him arrested right then and there. This is no guarantee mind you, but it does happen, quite often too.
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