The former Carolina Panthers star Davis posted videos and photos on Instagram of two men who broke into his home and wrecked one of his prized collector cars.
“If any of you recognize either one of these idiots that decided it was good idea to come into my home and go through all of my cars and even steal and wreck my McLaren."
“I’m offering a cash reward for anyone that can help identify who these guys are!” the retired NFL star posted to his 229,000 followers on Insta Gram Tuesday morning.
The thieves wrecked the McLaren 720S at about 5:30 a.m., less than a mile from the home of Davis and his wife, Kelly, in the gated Stratford on Providence neighborhood in Weddington, Union County Sheriff Eddie Cathey said in a news release.
Deputies recovered the car at the scene. The car might have crashed into a “getaway vehicle” in which the suspects fled, the sheriff said.
Neither Davis nor the sheriff’s office gave the year of the McLaren 720S. A used 2020 version sells for up to $297,000, according to Edmunds.com, the online car pricing and review site.
A neighbor called the Davises about their wrecked car, Cathey said.
The thieves rummaged through several unlocked cars in the Davis family’s driveway and may have stolen two firearms from one of the unlocked cars, according to the sheriff. The firearms haven’t been found, he said.
“The investigation remains active and detectives are continuing to search for video surveillance footage,” Cathey said.
Obviously they no longer teach Criminology 101 at CMS because that would be racist. But maybe they should teach criminality instead, you know, how to be a crook?.
The first lecture:
1. Don't try to steal from a really well known famous person in a town not know for really well known famous people.
2. Don't steal a Lambo or a Ferrari opt for the less obvious attention grabbing Audi A6.
3. Whatever you do don't crash into your get-away car.
These two geniuses should star in a comedy spin-off of Fast and Furious. Call it Slow and Stupidest. Two black homies hired to steal a McLaren from unknown to them an angry killer Colombian drug boss who is under surveillance by the feds.
But it turns out the Feds are also the ones who hired these two clowns after they bragged about how they have pulled off sensational heists around the world.
The Feds need the 1/4 million dollar car to prove a connection to a series of homicides .
and so on.
And Then There's This....
Police in Gwinnett County are looking for the man who walked into a Stone Mountain car dealership late last month, took this car for a test drive and never came back.
Oddly enough this same car or at least one just like it has been seen around South Charlotte just recently. Seems the local Crown Vic is being driven by an employee of a tree service or landscape company.