After reading this brief news clip of a Corvette reported stolen in Nebraska, details are sketchy at best.
As reported by 1011now.com, a 21-year-old-man in Lincoln told police he left his grandparents house to pick up a friend on the evening of Monday, February 19th. When he returned the garage door was open and the red 1999 Corvette owned by his grandparents was missing, as were the keys to a 2016 sedan.
The grandparents are in Arizona and were notified about the theft.
As of yet, we have not seen any further reports regarding the status of the 1999 Corvette.
The photo supplied in the report shows a Torch Red 1999 FRC (Fixed Roof Coupe). A search of google images shows this image to be a GM promotional photo and so we are unsure if the 1999 Corvette that was stolen was actually an FRC or not.
Unfortunately, the lack of details in this report do not make us very optimistic about a quick recovery. No VIN, no current license plate, and a stock photo won’t elicit much help from the public…