Window Film Proves Its Worth for Smash and Grab

Automotive window film proved it's worth more than aesthetics and solar heat rejection recently for one California resident. While visiting a local restaurant in Sonoma, the car's owner left his camera and backpack in plain site. When temptation overwhelmed the morals of one passerby, the result was a smash-and-grab attempt. When the owner returned to his vehicle, he discovered that window film had prevented the perpetrator from accessing the vehicle. While the window had been completely shattered, the film remained in tact.

The event occurred in the 14300 block of Arnold Drive in Glen Ellen, where the owner's camera and a backpack were safely awaiting his return.

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