Henry said: “About half of the cars were gone and I realized we were hit.
Henry said the thieves broke in through a hole in the roof, after getting through the back door but were unsuccessful.
“They shut down the internet, they shut down surveillance equipment. They definitely know what they’re doing,” Henry said.
He said the crooks also took surveillance equipment along with the videos. As for the camera – they are covered with sticky notes.
But that’s not all, about 8 cars have been stolen and as of December 28, two of them have been recovered.
While the thieves may have taken away some cars, they left some clues inside one of the cars found in a residential area.
“Inside the sleeve of that door, they left a receipt for McDonald’s. They had breakfast right after the theft at 8:18,” Henry said.
In surveillance footage provided by McDonald’s on Eubank and Candelaria, a white car is seen crossing the driveway with a glimpse of the driver.
While some cars are still missing – Henry says that doesn’t stop him from doing the good he does for the community.
“We’re going to get rid of that and move on to something bigger and better because this is your show.”
Henry holds his own cooking show at the dealership – through which, he donates a car. And the theft didn’t stop it from happening
“Thank God they left the set intact, we decided to continue with the show and deliver the Jeep to Phoenix that same weekend even though we were broken down with eight cars missing.”
Henry said he hopes the thieves have been caught and plans to put more security measures in place for his business.
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