Police Recover Stolen Car Stash Valued at $2.3 Million
In a report by Fox 11, California Highway Patrol detectives recover 35 luxury cars that were stolen from several car dealerships in Southern California. The stash was discovered in a lot in San Fernando Valley, and is estimated to be worth $2.3 Million.
Authorities released photos of the cars, which included Land Rovers, Porsches, Bentleys, Aston Martins, and Jaguars. Among the cars, police also discovered a Glock 26 handgun and over 400 marijuana plants at the scene. One suspect was arrested at the scene.
It is unknown what the police will do with the cars, but the CHP is urging anyone with information related to the case to contact them immediately.
Luxury cars have been having a string of bad luck in 2022. Many Lamborghinis, Audis, and VW’s worth $401 Million were lost in a fire on a cargo ship before it sank to the bottom of the Atlantic ocean. India’s Mercedes-Benz plant was shut down for hours after a wild Leopard made its way into the factory. A rented Tesla Model S went viral after a reckless driver went airborne in a residential community before crashing into two parked cars.