Don Welsh looked over the parking area searching for his next victim. Then he noticed his next prey, a middle age well dressed man driving a nice car. Don walked up to the car, knocked on the window and said. Would you please give me your car key, and all your money. Please put the money on the empty seat next to yours, then leave the car, I need it. Don drove away in this fancy car, and started to feel hungry. I think I stop for lunch he thought as he felt a nice aroma coming from a restaurant. He went in to eat, and at the same time made an appointment with a good looking lady. When he was ready, and went out to the car, two police vehicles had him boxed in. That is my car, and that is the man that took it! Screamed this middle aged man to the police. Don was cuffed and taken to the station where he was put in a holding cell. When an officer came to get all the personal info from Don, he looked the officer in the eyes, and told him to put his own mothers info on the paper. Then Don told him to give me your car key, and what kind of car are you driving? It is the white VW in the parking space, said the officer. After this it was time for FBI to become involved. They contacted the private detective Jack Lord, that together with his partner Belle accepted the work. Don Welsh started to get short of money again, so he drove in to a supermarket to find another victim. This time he found a lady that was alone, and was driving a Porsche. As usual he went up to her and said that he needed her money and the car. When he put the key in the ignition, the alarm started. A police car that was driving around, heard the alarm and came to find out what had happened. The woman had woken up by the alarm, and told the police that this man tried to steal her car. A second police came out of the cruiser, and Don told him to shoot the first officer, and the woman. The officer did as he was told. The give me your gun, said Don. When Don got the gun he killed the officer Then he threw the gun ontop of the officer and drove of in the Porsche.