15 vehicles reported stolen from Ford warehouse in Dearborn

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Ford is the victim of another theft: 15 of the highly sought-after vehicles were stolen from a warehouse in Dearborn, Michigan.

This was reported by unnamed sources familiar with the situation Ford Management about a heist involving F-150 Raptors, Explorers and Lincoln Aviators, all expensive cars. Several of them have been recovered by police, and the TCD Dearborn News reports that the stolen vehicles are worth about $1.3 million.

The automaker has been plagued by theft for some time, and just in June the company had a $1 million F-150 Raptor kicked out of its assembly plant in Dearborn, Michigan.

Read more: F-150 Raptors worth more than $1 million stolen directly from Ford factory in Dearborn

After that theft, a Dearborn city official said there was evidence that fences around the complex had been rammed. Although 13 trucks were removed, these vehicles showed signs of damage and some of their parts, such as tires, were removed.

Meanwhile, on July 27 Ford factory in Dearborn was targeted again, and criminals in ski masks stole several F-150 Raptors. However, this time one of the trucks was stopped by the police, and three suspects were taken into custody.

Ford’s rugged pickup truck isn’t the only one targeted by thieves, and this wave of thefts isn’t limited to the Dearborn plant. again in june four to five Ford Mustang Shelby GT500s were stolen from the automaker’s Flat Rock Assembly Plant.

TCD Dearborn News last month it was reported that from July 2021 to July 2022 as many as 75 Ford F-150 pickup trucks were stolen from car manufacturers’ warehouses. According to estimates, the value of cars stolen during this period is almost 5 million dollars.

While that’s a problem for Ford, it’s also a problem for Dearborn residents, who say the number of thefts is so high that their insurance rates have gone up since the beginning.

15 vehicles reported stolen from Ford warehouse in Dearborn

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