Seen a suspicious white Lamborghini Aventador fleeing New York recently? If so, the Pinkerton private detective agency is willing to offer a $100,000 reward for any information that leads them to the white 2015 Lamborghini Aventador stolen on October 28th.
The white Aventador roadster was last seen at the intersection of Fowler Road and College Point Boulevard in Flushing, New York on October 28th.
According to Pinkerton:
Investigators believe the Lamborghini could be in the New York area, ready for shipment overseas, or in metro Atlanta.
Although the vehicle was last spotted in New York City, it is suspected that there are ties to persons in the Atlanta, Georgia, area.
Anyone with information on the location of the stolen Lamborghini is asked to call 1-(800)-478-3403.
Read the full press release over on Autoblog.
The World’s Most Stereotypical Lamborghini Owner (and also Long Island divorce attorney) Bryan Salamone joked on his Instagram that his wife, who he calls Concubine, was missing and had run off with the white Aventado roadster.
However, Salamone has only ever owned an orange, green, and then black Aventador, so he’s only joking.
If you have any details on the missing car, be sure to call Pinkerton and collect your reward. (Also, let us know via firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any information our readers would find interesting).
Maybe $100,000 is enough to buy yourself a nice CPO Gallardo or something, but not an Aventador.
Hat tip to ChicagoE36
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