Police: Thieves steal 2 cars from Montclair home each worth more than $350K
Thieves have stolen two high-end cars from a Montclair home. Police say that each of the vehicles was worth more than $350,000.
Montclair police say that the theft happened on Dec. 5. They say that the Club Way homeowner reported that a 2018 Ferrari Spider worth $370,000 and a 2021 Lamborghini Urus worth $380,000 were missing from his garage.
Police say that surveillance video shows two men entered the home through an unlocked side door. Once inside home, they took the keys to the vehicles, opened the garage doors and drove off in both cars.
A description of the suspects is limited. Police say that one of them was wearing a dark colored jacket with the hood up and dark colored pants. The other was wearing was wearing dark two-toned coat, a hat with a hood over it, dark in color pants, and a backpack. Their age and race were not provided.
This is the latest in a string of high-end car burglaries that have happened across the state over the last few months.
A state committee on Monday advanced legislation to toughen the penalties for those involved in auto crimes.
Anyone who might have information on this theft is asked to call Montclair Police Detective Steven Mateo at 973-509-4721.