35 stolen luxury cars worth $2.3 million recovered in San Fernando Valley: CHP
SAN FERNANDO VALLEY, Calif. - California Highway Patrol detectives seized about three dozen luxury vehicles that were stolen from car dealerships in Southern California, officials said.
The vehicles, with an estimated value of $2.3 million, were found on a lot in the San Fernando Valley on March 24. A specific location was not disclosed by CHP.
Photos showed the luxury cars - which included Aston Martins, Bentleys, Jaguars, Land Rovers, and Porsches - on a grassy lot behind a chain-link fence in the backyard of a home.
California Highway Patrol detectives seized about three dozen luxury vehicles that were stolen from car dealerships in Southern California, officials said. (Credit: chp_southern_ssc via Instagram) (FOX 11)
Authorities also recovered a gun and indoor marijuana grow operation where more than 400 plants were discovered.
One suspect has since been arrested. CHP did not release the name of the suspect.
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The investigation remains ongoing.
If you believe you were possibly a victim of this type of vehicle theft, contact the CHP Southern Division Vehicle Theft Unit at 323-644-9550.
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