4 Ferraris Stolen from Service Center in New York

4 Ferraris Stolen from Service Center in New York

A trio of thieves managed to flee with four Ferraris after smashing their way into the Ferrari of Long Island Service Center just before 4 a.m. Feb. 25.

Local media outlet 1010 WINSsaid the burglars broke through the glass doors of the dealership and proceeded to steal some Ferrari merchandise. They then turned their attention to the cars in the service center and were able to locate and steal a number of key fobs.

Police didn’t detail what kind of models were stolen but said the thieves made off with a gray 2014 convertible, a blue 2016 convertible, a white 2018 coupe and a white 2023 coupe. Despite Nassau County Police not specifying precisely which Ferrari models were stolen, they are still asking for members of the public to reach out to Nassau County Crime Stoppers if they have any information about the thefts.

It’s also unclear precisely how three thieves were able to steal four vehicles but presumably, the service center had security cameras that were able to capture the movements of the trio and could reveal if there was indeed a fourth person involved.

Nassau County Police have not yet made any arrests in the case and are continuing their investigations.

Unfortunately, vehicle thefts from car dealerships and service centers happen all too often. In mid-February, a number of thieves broke into the Rick Hendrick City Chevrolet dealership in east Charlotte, NC, and made off with a 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray, a 2021 Dodge Challenger, a black 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe and a white 2020 Jeep Compass Trailhawk.

We thank CarScoops for reprint permission.

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