Chevy Impala Gets Stolen in Idaho, Found in London

Picture this. One day your beautiful 1968 Chevrolet Impala goes missing. You don't know where it is, who took it, or if you'll ever see it again. Then, out of the blue, it surfaces... halfway around the world. It may sound like the plot to some farfetched crime drama, but it isn't. It just happened.  London's Metropolitan Police found this '68 Impala abandoned last month on the side of a road in the city's Sutton neighborhood. As can be clearly seen, the Chevy sustained some significant damage, but instead of finding the typical UK registration plate, police were shocked to find the Impala wore Idaho license plates. RELATED: See photos of the iconic 1960's Chevrolet Impala SS So how does a Chevrolet from Idaho end up 4,800 miles away in London? That's the question of the day. Metropolitan Police were initially unable to find and get in contact with the Impala's actual owner in Idaho, prompting a multi-day countdown until the Chevy was either sold or scrapped. Thankfully, there's a happy ending to the story. Idaho's 7 KTVB picked up the news on Tuesday, posting photos of the wrecked Impala on Facebook. The car's owner, Carol Cameron, later commented on the post and confirmed the car was hers by matching a photo of her Impala to the one in the impound lot, license plates included. Wrecked or not, Cameron noted that she's still bringing the car home. RELATED: This 1968 Yenko Camaro RS is one gorgeous pony car ____________________________________ Click Here to Read the Original Article on BoldRide