Disabled car stolen from convenience store parking lot

A Sandusky man’s car was stolen from a convenience store parking lot sometime Friday night.
Sandusky Register Staff
Jan 16, 2014

 

The man’s gold 2000 Ford Taurus became disabled after it struck a parking block and its transmission pan was punctured, according to a Sandusky police report.

The man pushed it to the Sweet Spot parking lot at Remington Avenue and Cleveland Road and got an employee’s permission to leave it there.

When the man went to retrieve the vehicle on Tuesday, it was gone. Employees said the Taurus was missing on Saturday morning and assured the man they did not tow it, the report said.

Police listed the vehicle as stolen in a crime database.

Comments

gene44870

one sure thing about taken a disabled car like this one , is you would have to tow it cause it sure wont get far under its own power , . One would think someone around there would have seen something