WESTLAND, MI — A handful of race vehicles stolen earlier this 7 days from an car shop in Westland have been recovered and returned to their entrepreneurs just after they have been uncovered in Toledo, Ohio. According to Fox 2 Detroit, just one of the proprietors of the autos, Mark Blaha states he by no means assumed he would see the autos once more after remaining stolen Monday night.

Even so, after posting pics of the automobiles on the web, Blaha claims he was contacted by a team in Toledo that works with law enforcement to discover stolen autos. It’s unclear in which just the motor vehicles were being recovered, but some hurt was completed to the significant-conclusion vehicles No arrests have been built and an investigation is ongoing.

The lookup for the cars commenced when Blaha figured out a 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee, 2006 Ford Mustang and a 2016 Chevy Camaro had been lacking from locked trailers at Magnuson Superchargers on Govt Push in Westland. Blaha owns two of the cars and trucks when the third is owned by a customer of Blaha’s.

The vehicles are valued somewhere concerning $400,000 and $500,000 in accordance to Blaha.

Suspects in the situation ended up caught on surveillance movie at a nearby enterprise thieving catalytic converters and looting a trailer full of equipment.

While there was harm accomplished to the automobiles, Blaha says he can maintenance it and he is in the method of upgrading his security machines.

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