A dealership in North Carolina is one Camaro Zl1 short today. Thieves broke into a Chevrolet dealership in Mooresville and stole the top prize, a Camaro ZL1 worth about $60k. While many other cars sat on the lot, the eye was on the prize for these guys was inside and now people are looking for the robbers and the stolen car.
You would think with the technology nowadays that it might be a little hard to steal something from somewhere that would normally be in plain sight by passerby or cameras. Either way, these guys must have known what they were doing pulling off stunts like they belong in the Italian Job, or the dealership is somewhat low in the technology department.
Stealing cars is a common thing and recovering them can be a task, especially getting it back all in one piece. Much like Jessica Barton’s Toyota Supra found chopped to pieces in Orlando, Florida.
To let a top-of-the-line Camaro “escape” with no leads is a bit confusing. How did they get it out? Did they drive it through the glass like the guys driving off with the Porsche in the remake of Gone in 60 Seconds? It doesn’t make a whole lot of sense.
Anyways, if anybody in the North Carolina area sees a brand new red Camaro ZL1 with black wheels, maybe you should question where and how they obtained such a car. While they may be able to disguise the car with different wheels and such, a ZL1 isn’t just your everyday Camaro.
Police ask that anyone with information about the crime contact the police department at 704-664-3311 or Mooresville-South Iredell Crime Stoppers at 704-658-9056.
How exactly did they do it?