Here’s a case of grand theft auto with an abnormal twist.
The story comes from California, when a man walked into Lehmar’s Concord Buick GMC, and asked to test drive the dealer’s GMC Savana conversion van. Reeves, the man’s salesman, agreed and the two hopped in.
After taking the GMC Savana home to show his children, the man reportedly became very violent when asked to return to the dealership, and wanted to keep the van. The man began to drive erratically, even side-swiping another car. But, when a red light forced the man to stop, Reeves jolted through the door to escape. Immediately, he called his boss and 911.
Apparently, the man seems to have forgotten about the dealer making a copy of his driver’s license. With that essential information, the search became that much easier. But, thanks to the GMC Savana’s OnStar system, local law enforcement were able to hone in the van via GPS even easier.
After a high-speed chase ensued, the suspect crashed the van, totaling it out according to the dealership. He has been placed under arrest at this time with no further information.
Thankfully, no one was hurt in the incident, and the man’s salesman kidnapping, GMC Savana stealing days are over.