The Bentley that was stolen in London has been found in Pakistan
According to Newsclowd Bentley with a British racing livery, registration number ‘LEND A REND’ and personalized number plate ‘END END’ has been found in Pakistan. The luxury car was stolen from outside the home of its owner in London earlier this year. It was later discovered that the car had been shipped to Pakistan and sold to local buyers there. Police Scotland confirmed the car is genuine and has been recovered following an extensive investigation. The car Continental GT V8 was first spotted in Lahore, Pakistan, by a local business tycoon. Sadat Anwar recognized the car as being one. After alerting police about their findings, an investigation began which led officers to recover the stolen vehicle last week.
How was the Bentley stolen?
The Bentley was stolen on the night of July 26th after burglars broke into the house of its owner, a businessman in his 50s, in London and made off with the luxury car. The owner had left the car parked outside his home overnight as he hosted a dinner party for friends. The following morning he found the car was missing, having been stolen by thieves who had broken into the house and taken the car keys from the kitchen table where they had been left with the house alarm key fob. It is thought that the thieves used a tow truck to remove the car from the property. The car was then driven to the docks in East London before being loaded onto a ship bound for Pakistan.
How was the Bentley stolen?
The Bentley was stolen on the night of July 26th after burglars broke into the house of its owner, a businessman in his 50s, in London and made off with the luxury car. The owner had left the car parked outside his home overnight as he hosted a dinner party for friends and family. The car was then stolen sometime between midnight and 4 am when the owner woke up and discovered his car missing. The thieves had broken in through a window and cut off the alarm system. They had left the house untouched but stole cash, jewelry, and other valuables from inside it. Police believe that the criminals may have used a key fob to start the car, before driving away in it without any of its keys in order to prevent being traced by police.
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Why was it shipped to Pakistan?
The thieves may have stolen the car with the intention of shipping it to Pakistan where it would be much easier to sell. Furthermore, it is believed that the thieves might have targeted the owner of the car because they knew he was British due to the registration plate on the vehicle. British cars are highly valued in Pakistan due to their reputation for quality, and they may have hoped to sell the vehicle to a local buyer for a much higher price than they could have in the UK.
Police response and recovery of the car
The police were alerted to the car being in Pakistan by Anwar, who spotted the car parked near his business. There was no sign of the new owner, so Anwar and his friends began to search for the car online. Traced it back to the new owner’s neighborhood. After alerting the police, they followed the car until officers were able to intercept it. The car has since been returned to the owner. The new owners have confirmed that the car has not been damaged and has been kept in good condition. The new owners have not been charged as the investigation is ongoing.
The Bentley was found in good condition and is expected to be returned to its owner in the UK soon. It seems that the thieves shipped the car to Pakistan. The intention of selling it to a local buyer for a much higher price. Then they could have gotten to the UK. This was proven correct as Anwar and his friends traced the car back to its new owners in Pakistan. However, it turned out that the new owners were just ordinary people who had no idea it was stolen. They had bought the car from a local seller. No idea that the car had been stolen in the UK. The police investigation is ongoing and the new owners have not been charged as yet. Bentleys are one of the most sought-after cars on the planet. So if you ever come across a stolen one, be sure to check its VIN number. To make sure it’s not a “LEND A REND”, or “END END”.