1971 Resto Mod Clone to R/T Challenger Stolen

Reward $5,000.00
January 1, 2016
Tarrant County Sherrif and North Texas Auto Theft
VIN - JH23G1B280182

. Bill Wansing
September 24 at 12:04 PM ·
……………..STOLEN…………………………..STOLEN………………….The person standing in front of my car (goes by Brock which is his last name but uses Burke. Other Alias used are Les his brother but real name per police files is Gary. His wife also goes by Lexy Rumsey as alias which was used on my cashed check. Police obtained video of her cashing for their file. He uses a company name “L&L Custom Mortor’s, 1320 Melody Lane, Desoto, Texas 75115 per police investigation) posed as a classic car repair mechanic to do work at your home. After a few hours he says he must take to his shop for more tools. The 2nd and other photos is of his wife Lexy who handles his bank transactions. If you pay by check as I did he runs directly to your bank to cash. Rationale he uses is, “I am short of funds to to the work”. Both came to my home with their story and said he could repair the mechanical issue on my resto mod Challenger as he and his father restored old cars. He now uses this photo of my car to scam others as his work quality. He even has a tow buddy to pick up your non running classic. That was the last I seen of it. He has had it for about 18 months now and Tarrant County Sherrif and North Texas Auto Theft are working the case along with a nationwide warrant for his arrest. His most recent known locations are between Desoto, Henderson, Balch Springs and Mesquite Texas. This is a one of a kind 1971 challenger restoration and the VIN is JH23G1B280182. It was insured by J.C. Taylor insurance.

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I AM OFFERING A $5000.00 CASH reward for his arrest and recovery of my Challenger that I have owned since I returned from Vietnam in 1971.
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