Man Wrecks Luxury Cars In Theft Attempt At Ferrari Salt Lake City Dealership

 Friday, February 14, 2020

 The Salt Lake Tribune

Salt Lake City police arrested a man Wednesday after he allegedly broke into a luxury car dealership and crashed several cars before attempting to steal a Bentley loaded with stolen goods.

Security cameras caught the 22-year-old breaking into the Ferrari Maserati shop at 543 South State Street, where he began rifling through the offices and garages, according to a probable cause statement.

He allegedly broke into a cabinet that contained 21 dealership and customer car keys worth an estimated $1,000 each and then used the keys to access the vehicles.

The man proceeded to enter a white Lexus, which he drove into the garage bay wall, damaging the wall and the vehicle and two other cars, a gray Ferrari that belonged to a customer and a black Lotus, according to police documents.

Cameras then allegedly caught him “loading stolen property he had gathered throughout the building” into a 2014 Bentley, including Ferrari brand luggage, computers, printers, phones and art pieces.
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