A report by WSVN states that Chris Lamborghini was valued at about 200 200,000 (about Rs 1.5 crore). Sander said he did not know how he got the car keys. He believes he must have gone to the garage to get the key.
Florida: Imagine you are at home and suddenly you hear the sound of starting outside your car, but what? Under human nature at first you will be a bit stunned, then to give peace of mind you must see your car by looking at the car outside. An incident has come to light in Florida (USA) where thieves cleaned a car worth around Rs 1.5 crore from a house. The same thing happened with car owner Chris Sander, when he heard the sound of Lamborghini starting, he ran fast but by then it was too late.
This decision was made in a hurry
Chris, the owner of the car, saw his car stolen and ran after the lustful thief who angrily stole his lambo. It immediately noticed a scooter present there, then he immediately decided to bring back the Lamborghini Urus of his dreams from there. If the motives are good, then luck is on its side which means the car owner Chris drove the scooter behind the car at full speed and eventually caught the thief. Success came when a thief was trying to escape after parking an expensive car on the side of the road.
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Last week’s case
A WSVN report states that Chris Lamborghini was valued at about ,000 200,000 (about Rs 1.5 crore). Sander said he did not know how he got the car keys. He believes he must have gone to the garage to find the key. The thief was identified as 14-year-old Andre Kalinin, who began seeking advice from the car owner after being caught.
He said, ‘I just stole a Lamborghini. I don’t have a license. I can’t drive. So can you help? Speaking to the media, Sanders, the owner of the car, said, ‘He didn’t know if the teenager had any weapons. I wasn’t sure how crazy he was. I was happy to see my car and I was trying to calm him down while talking to him.