For my story, I wanted the villains to commit a series of kidnappings, but with today's super advanced police technology, it seems impossible to write such a story. If the villains drive a vehicle to the kidnapping point and back, the vehicle can easily be spotted as a vehicle used for criminal activity. Police cars nowadays have computers tech on them that photograph plates all over the streets, and if the plate is a phony plate, since the vehicle is not mean to be identified, then the police have already spotted the vehicle. Or if the vehicle was stolen, the computer can identify those plates too, just by taking pictures randomly, from car to car, or so I was told by a cop. There are also so many traffic cams compared to before, nowadays. The last story I recall that had a crime that required an untraceable vehicle was the movie The Town (2010). But it seems in my research, a lot has changed since then. Is it possible for criminals to get away with such crimes nowadays, especially if they plan on doing it a few times? Or do all kidnappings in a modern city, have to be done without cars now, to prevent the police from spotting anything illegal, while on the way to the location?