I let someone borrow my car in the event that he would pay the monthly payments for the time that he would borrow it. He still has the possession of the car and is behind on the payments by 2 months. I know that this seems to be a civil suit matter, however the person is not returning my calls or texts and I believe he has left his old address and possibly the state. Is there something I can do to get my car back short of hiring a private detective to try to find him.
This is a civil not criminal action. Nope hire that pi and take your car back.
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