A 2015 Lamborghini Aventador roadster was stolen in New York City, and the reward has since skyrocketed to a healthy $100,000. The white Aventador is valued at $795,000 and was last seen on October 28th cruising the streets of Flushing, Queens. Was it begging to be stolen? Some may ask that very question, but it was a very unique car. Authorities feel the vehicle is likely in a shipping container or already gone because it would certainly stand out even in the stolen parts market.
A white Lamborghini Aventador
What went down to lead to the Lamborghini theft is a mystery that the snoops at NYC private detective agency Pinkerton intends to solve with the higher than usual bribe money. It would seem that they really want this case closed before the holidays to offer such incentive, or perhaps the owner is a pal of theirs. Either way, with the Lamborghini Aventador model still a head-turner and relatively new, it would be too hot for the underground rings and as the authorities feel, is likely already packaged up and en route overseas where it won’t stick out like a sore thumb.
For the adventurous bounty hunters, the only other info on the car as that it was parked near the Al Oerter Recreation Complex in Queens. Reports indicate that a luxury car theft ring has been busy in New York and New Jersey lately, and arrests are beginning to be made in connection. The total number of arrests so far exceeds 20 but it is not clear if that ring has anything to do with this missing Aventador. A safe bet is that a buyer was prearranged and that the thieves simply filled the order, Fast and Furious style!
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