On March 28, 2017, a thief used a moped to get onto the roof of an auto repair shop in St. Louis.
When the owner opened the door, he found that it had been opened by a Lamborghini that was parked nearby.
A police officer was able to recover the stolen car.
In the summer of 2016, a man entered an auto auction on the West Coast and left behind a $300,000 Lamborghinis worth $1.7 million.
A year later, a similar crime occurred on the East Coast, where a man was arrested for stealing a $400,000 Ferrari F40.
In 2016, three burglars broke into a gas station in South Bend, Indiana, and stole a $4 million Lamborghin that belonged to a local family.
Three months later, in June, a third suspect, a woman who lived near the crime, was arrested and charged with felony grand theft.