Zach Doell on what is not likely to happen when someone steals your car:
Put yourself in this situation for a moment. You’ve bought a brand new car, only to find thieves run off with it in the night. You don’t know where it is, if it’s in 6,000 itty bitty pieces, or if you’ll ever see it again. This was a reality for St. Charles, Missouri woman Becky Schoenig last week after thieves swiped her 2015 Ford Fusion.
Goodbye car, right?
Schoenig never lost faith that she would be reunited with her new Ford, but perhaps even she couldn’t have predicted how it was returned to her. On April Fools’ Day, police recovered the stolen Fusion, which Schoenig describes had been “pimped out,” like something from the TV show Pimp My Ride.
Red wheels and the smell of marijuana.
If I wanted to steal a car I wouldn’t go for a Ford Fusion.