A £250,000 supercar was allegedly stolen from a Swiss rental firm and pushed on a 630-mile journey to IKEA in London earlier than it disappeared.
The black Lamborghini Huracán Spyder ended up in an IKEA automotive park in Tottenham, the place it was final seen utilizing its GPS software program.
Now Schweiwiller Automotive Luxurious Automotive Rental, which owns the automotive, is providing a reward for its return.
The supercar was rented on Friday by a girl in her late 40s with an Irish identification card, the corporate says.
Pictured is the Lamborghini Huracan Spyder that was allegedly stolen from a luxurious automotive rental in Zurich and has now vanished after arriving in London
She claimed to be driving it to Strasbourg for a gathering however the automotive was later tracked travelling to London by way of Dover.
On Sunday the supercar, which has a prime velocity of 201mph, was seen on Park Lane earlier than it mysteriously disappeared.
At 5pm on Sunday Scheiwiller’s GPS tracker confirmed it parked on the IKEA automotive park after the marathon journey.
Managing director Adriano Scheiwiller mentioned: ‘She regarded well-groomed and had baggage, she mentioned she wished to attend a gathering in Strasbourg.
‘As a substitute of returning she headed for London, the GPS had betrayed her, she confirmed how she was delivery the automotive to Calais and transported it to England..
‘It has already been noticed in London.’
He added: ‘It’s a massive loss and I hope the insurance coverage firm pays out.
‘The British police have accomplished nothing but, the cellphone for this girl not works.
‘We’re providing 5,000 Swiss francs to whomever finds the automobile, it is a massive loss.’
The stolen automobile was final seen in an IKEA automotive park in Tottenham, north London (proven on the GPS tracker, above)
Earlier than the automotive allegedly went lacking the driving force left a deposit of two,500 Swiss francs – round £2,000 – and the identification card.
Scheiwiller, who consider the ID card proven by the driving force was faux, at the moment are providing round 5,000 Swiss francs – roughly £four,000 – to anybody who can discover the supercar.
Adriano has mentioned he has reported the theft to the Metropolitan Police.