Lamborghini worth $450K stolen in Flushing

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How does one go about successfully stealing an eye-catching $450,000 white Lamborghini Aventador convertible?

The Michigan-based firm Pinkerton has launched a private investigation into the missing vehicle that was stolen outside of the Al Oerter Recreation Center on October 28. They are offering a $100,000 reward for anyone who can provide information on the location of the car.

They are worried that the car might already be shipped off to a foreign market in either Asia, Russia, South America, Africa or the Middle East.

“With an exotic car like that, you can’t sell it here and you can’t drive around in it,” Chris McGoey, a private investigator and expert in crime and loss prevention, said to Fox News. “The only option is to ship it overseas, somewhere that nobody really checks on registration of cars.”

Oddly, the NYPD have no police reports regarding the missing vehicle and the car’s ownership hasn’t been identified.

Someone has clearly watched one too many ‘Fast and Furious’ films.

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