Update: Recovered - The final tip leading to the Bugatti's recovery came to Stolen 911 after posting details regarding the theft provided by Hagerty Classic Cars. According to Stolen 911 creator and Auto Theft Investigator Marc Hinch, "Getting this post in front of the eyes of the crooks was the key." "Stolen 911 used targeted, promoted social media posts to put pressure on the bad guys." Within just a few hours of a targeted campaign, an anonymous tip to Stolen 911 was passed on to investigators. Awesome job by the Central Marin Police Authority, the Marin County Sheriffs Department, the California Highway Patrol and Hagerty Insurance. Working together with Stolen 911, this classic is now safe where it belongs.
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Stolen early Sunday Morning on 5/14/17 in Marin
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1925 Bugatti Type 30 Convertible
The vehicle has a black top and black leather interior. There is no driver’s side door. The vehicle is right hand drive, with a 2.2 CC straight 8 over-head-cam engine, dual carburetor exhaust system.
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