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Our insured is an upscale restaurant that provides a valet parking service for customers. Employees of the restaurant park customer’s vehicle and they do not charge for the service.

The claimant arrived and gave his keys to the parking attendant who then drove the vehicle and parked it in the valet lot. The valet then put the keys in the key box and assisted other customers. A man started talking to the valet as if to distract him and another man went to the key box and stole the keys to the claimant’s car. When the valet knew what was going on he began shouting “call the police, call the police.” Both of the men left with the vehicle.

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