The thefts and vandalism were being discovered Tuesday at Lance Cunningham Ford on Clinton Freeway.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Somebody stole six motor vehicles and vandalized another five at a Knoxville Ford dealership, according to the Knoxville Law enforcement Office.
Police had been known as about 8 a.m. Tuesday to Lance Cunningham Ford, 4101 Clinton Freeway, in accordance to KPD spokesman Scott Erland.
“The supervisor documented that a lot of automobiles in the parking lot experienced been stolen or vandalized right away by an unidentified specific or folks. An stock identified that 6 autos of various make and design had been stolen, although five other automobiles had been vandalized,” Erland advised WBIR on Wednesday.
Values of the cars ranged from $21,000 to as a great deal as $72,700, in accordance to Erland.
The stolen cars contains a new Ford F15 valued at $68,600, a 2019 Lincoln Navigator valued at $72,700 and a 2019 Ford 350 valued at $71,200.
Destroyed autos involved a 2017 Cadillac Escalade, a 2018 Ford F150 and a 2019 Toyota 4runner, records demonstrate.
The Police Department’s House Crimes Unit is investigating. No suspects have yet been discovered.
If you have information and facts you can go away information by way of East Tennessee Valley Crime Stoppers, 800-222-8477.
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