Detective Jeremiah Davis, left of the Lexington Police and Detective B.J. Caudill of Kentucky State Police fist-bumped after eight Lexington and state police stripped a 2000 Ford Taurus of it's parts in just over six minutes as a demonstration at the Clarion Hotel parking lot on Newtown Pike in Lexington, Ky., on Tuesday May 10, 2011. The police were demonstrating how easy experienced thieves can strip a car of parts to sell in the black market.  Photo by Pablo Alcala | Staff
Detective Jeremiah Davis, left of the Lexington Police and Detective B.J. Caudill of Kentucky State Police fist-bumped after eight Lexington and state police stripped a 2000 Ford Taurus of it's parts in just over six minutes as a demonstration at the Clarion Hotel parking lot on Newtown Pike in Lexington, Ky., on Tuesday May 10, 2011. The police were demonstrating how easy experienced thieves can strip a car of parts to sell in the black market. Photo by Pablo Alcala | Staff
Detective Jeremiah Davis, left of the Lexington Police and Detective B.J. Caudill of Kentucky State Police fist-bumped after eight Lexington and state police stripped a 2000 Ford Taurus of it's parts in just over six minutes as a demonstration at the Clarion Hotel parking lot on Newtown Pike in Lexington, Ky., on Tuesday May 10, 2011. The police were demonstrating how easy experienced thieves can strip a car of parts to sell in the black market. Photo by Pablo Alcala | Staff

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