A stolen Ford GT was found dismantled in a warehouse located in Vista, while some of the components were in a San Marcos stoarge unit.
This Ford GT was stolen a while ago from a Rancho Santa Fe house, a limited edition supercar with only 800 miles on the odometer that was supposed to go to the owner’s son. The person who bought it said that he made the purchase back in 2004 and he paid approximately $250,000. As a reminder, the Blue Oval company made only 4,038 units for the 2005MY and 2006MY.
The vehicle was stolen at the end of June or in early July when the owner of the GT wasn’t home. He mentioned that he was unaware of the car’s absence until the detectives came to talk to him. The GT 40 was found dismantled somewhere in a warehouse located in Vista. The frame was hacked into several pieces, while the engine along with other components were found in a storage unit in San Marcos.
At the beginning of August, Gabriel Castano and George Moore were arrested, with both of them being accused of other heists as well in University City and La Jolla.
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