Thursday the 13th turned out to be as unlucky as Friday the 13th for the owner of a C2 Corvette in Washington state.
Residents in Pierce County, Washington are being asked to check out their home security camera footage to see if they might spot something that could help solve the theft of a red 1967 Corvette earlier this week.
Pierce County Sheriff’s Department tweeted out an alert for the car, saying that the Sting Ray was stolen by burglars targeting a home on 122nd Avenue East in the Puyallup area about 1:30 p.m. Thursday.
BE ON THE LOOKOUT – A red 1967 Chevy Corvette was stolen this afternoon by unidentified suspect(s) during a burglary at residence on 122nd Ave. E. in Puyallup. Stolen corvette has WA collector vehicle license plate # 58139 @PugetSoundATTF— Pierce Co Sheriff (@PierceSheriff) February 14, 2020
*photo not actual stolen car* pic.twitter.com/BqqjgpR1Ta
The Corvette’s collector license plate reads 58139.
Lawmen are asking residents in the area of 122nd Street East and Shaw Road East to check out security camera footage between 1 and 2 p.m. Thursday.
Maybe the thieves will “have a heart” and return the Corvette on Valentine’s Day.
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