These were leads that I handed over to the detective, but alas - he can't do anything with them.
Because my car was parked in a blind spot where there aren't any cameras, and none of my boomer neighbors have any cameras at all set up on the exterior of their homes, there is no direct footage of the perpetrator walking from the cab and into my driveway. So the detective has no probable cause to serve the cab company a warrant for those records. Why was my car parked off camera, you may ask? Because my wife just bought a brand new car 3 weeks ago. I never in my wildest dreams would've thought a 10 year old vehicle with 135,000 miles on it would be attractive to criminals.
My doorbell captured a cab entering my street 4 minutes before my car was stolen. The cab didn't go down the street and exit the neighborhood, he pulled a U-Turn right there to exit the neighborhood the same way that he came in. As he was leaving, you can see that he no longer has a passenger. The person that ordered the cab was dropped off right in the vicinity of my home. There is a spot on my street about 200 yards away where there is empty space between houses on a bridge that sits on top of a creek. I have zero doubt that this is where the perp was dropped off because it's so inconspicuous. As a matter of fact, police officers often sit there to try and catch people speeding and/or running a stop sign.
This whole process has been very eye opening for me. You realize first hand how useless most police officers are, and it's not their fault. It's simply the letter of the law. Unless you are caught in the act of doing something illegal, or unless it's a serious crime that requires serious funding for a larger investigation, these cases like mine simply stay in the queue with little to no movement.