Florida Man Steals Both A Maybach And Rolls-Royce Then Taunts Delivery Company

Because of what we’ve seen in movies and TV shows, most people would probably assume that stealing multiple six-figure cars would require an elite team and an elaborate heist. According to 7 News Miami, one Florida man managed to steal a Mercedes-Maybach GLS 600 and a Rolls-Royce Cullinan by simply changing the delivery address. And, allegedly, all it took was a little hacking.

Instead of stealing directly from the dealership, the thief reportedly hacked into the driver’s portal for Dealers Choice Auto Transport Service. “The criminal actually hacked into the driver’s portal and knew what vehicles were being transported, they knew what was going on,” employee Steven Yariv told 7 News Miami. “The thief happened to reach out to the driver acting as if he was the receiving party and gave him all the right information, told him where the car is suppose [sic] to go.”

While delivering the car, the driver took photos of it and managed to capture the alleged thief in one of them, but so far, no one has been able to identify him. Although, it does appear that this was not his first rodeo. After texting, “You stole from the wrong guy,” to the number the thief used, he replied “That’s what the guy with the Cullinan said as well,” and then, “Thanks for the free Maybach dawg.”

He then taunted the delivery company again, saying “Bro, car already in Dubai, or Europe you guess,” and sent a photo showing the GPS tracker had been removed.

As for the Cullinan that he mentioned, that one was reportedly headed to Limited Spec Automotive but never showed up. As employee Steven Waisman told 7 News Miami, “The driver received a text message from a random phone number. I actually have that phone number. He received a text message saying ‘Hey, you have my Cullinan? Please deliver it to this address.’ And he provided an address which was some random parking lot in Miami.”

Police are already investigating the thefts, but if the cars are really already out of the country, the odds of recovering either one aren’t looking great. Still, if you happen to have any information on this case, both Yariv and Waisman are offering $20,000 rewards for the return of their stolen cars.

H/T: Road & Track


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