Detectives are asking the general public for assist Monday of their seek for a pair of grand theft auto suspects who drove off with a Corvette from Mercedes-Benz of Calabasas earlier this month.
On Nov. 12, two suspects broke a pane of glass on a metallic roll-up gate and entered the supply storage of the dealership positioned at 24182 Calabasas Street.
The suspects then received right into a midnight blue 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 and began it by unknown means, the sheriff’s division said in a information launch.
They drove the automobile by means of the roll-up gate to exit the dealership, presumably damaging the roof of the car.
The stolen Corvette, which had a “Mercedes of Calabasas” rear paper plate when it was taken, was noticed the following day at a Burger King within the 700 block of Cesar Chavez Avenue in Los Angeles.
The sheriff’s division launched photos of the car and the suspects in hopes of figuring out them.
Anybody with data was requested to name Crime Stoppers at 800-222-8477.