$55,000 in Wheels Stolen From Dodge Dealership, Those Poor Challengers!
When we were younger, I’m pretty sure that the majority of us were taught not ...
When we were younger, I’m pretty sure that the majority of us were taught not to steal and to only put our hands on what belongs to us or we have permission to use. However, somewhere along the way, those ideas evade some people. These folks are left to live their lives off of the backs of people who actually work hard and bust their rear ends for themselves and their families.
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This time, we check out a Dodge dealership that was hit and hit hard by thieves. These thieves had their eyes on a collection of wheels and tires. Most can probably put two and two together here. It wasn’t long ago that nobody would want anything to do with factory wheels and tires but in a day and age where the wheel options are getting more and more expensive, stories like this are popping up more commonly than we would like to admit. Long story short, the thieves would go after the aforementioned dealership in the most aggressive way possible. They would claim what looks to be a dozen sets of wheels if not more.
The wheels were stolen from Henkel Dodge are said to be worth $55,000, if not more. Unfortunately, we’re left to believe that the employees working there are going to be putting in extra hours as well. They’re going to have to mount the tires and put them back on the vehicles after making sure that nothing else is broken. Obviously, there is some work to do before selling cars to the public. It’s definitely one big circus that they shouldn’t have to deal with.
The video below shows us the aftermath as all of the cars are just left sitting there. It’s really a shame that people can’t just go out and make their own money. We’re kind of wondering how one would even go about getting rid of that much inventory without getting nabbed.
Got hit hard over the weekend
Posted by Kevin Live on Monday, July 15, 2019