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Thieves Steal Two Luxury Cars After Entering Unlocked Home, Taking Keys in Montclair


By: Richard L. Smith 

Police in the Essex County town of Montclair are looking for thieves wanted for entering a home and stealing keys to two luxury vehicles, then taking the cars that were parked in a garage of the residence Monday. 

According to a statement released by police on December 5, a resident on Club Way reported that he woke up and discovered the front gate to his property was damaged.

Montclair Police said the investigation revealed that the resident discovered that a 2018 Ferrari Spider (valued $370,000) and a 2021 Lamborghini Urus (valued at $380,000) were missing from the garage.

Police said surveillance footage showed two suspects entering the property at approximately 1:30 AM.

According to Montclair Police, entry to the home appeared to have been made through an unlocked side door. Once inside, the suspects located the keys to the vehicles, opened the garage doors and fled with both cars.

Montclair Police said the suspects wore a dark-colored jacket with the hood up and dark-colored pants.

The surveillance video appeared that this suspect might be wearing gloves.

The other assailant reportedly wore a dark two-toned coat, a hat with a hood over it, dark in colored pants, and a backpack.

Anyone with information can contact Detective Steven Mateo at (973) 509-4721