Police looking for $230K Lamborghini stolen from Salt Lake airport

Police are looking for a Lamborghini that was left in short-term parking at the Salt Lake City International Airport but was not there when the owner returned eight days later.

Police are looking for a Lamborghini that was left in short-term parking at the Salt Lake City International Airport but was not there when the owner returned eight days later. (Salt Lake police)


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SALT LAKE CITY — Missing: A Lamborghini worth about $234,000, last seen parked at the Salt Lake City International Airport.

Salt Lake City police on Wednesday asked for help locating a Lamborghini that was left in short-term parking at the airport on June 1, with the doors unlocked and keys still in the vehicle, which was not there when the owner returned a week later.

The investigation began about 6:40 p.m. Sunday. The owner of a blue Lamborghini Urus with Utah license plate number G829TV, had parked his car in the short-term lot on June 1. When he returned Sunday, his car was gone.

"Based on the preliminary investigation, detectives believe the suspect flew into Salt Lake City on June 3. The suspect went to the airport's parking garage and started checking car doors," according to a statement from Salt Lake police. "When the suspect came across the Lamborghini, he found the car unlocked with the keys inside, allowing him to steal the car."

Salt Lake City police are looking for a man seen on surveillance cameras at the Salt Lake City International Airport allegedly stealing a Lamborghini from the short-term parking area.
Salt Lake City police are looking for a man seen on surveillance cameras at the Salt Lake City International Airport allegedly stealing a Lamborghini from the short-term parking area. (Photo: Salt Lake police)

Police on Wednesday released a video of the car being stolen and pictures of a man who may have taken it. If anyone recognizes the man or has information about the missing Lamborghini, they are encouraged to call police at 801-799-3000.

Investigators say the incident is also a good reminder to always lock your car when it's parked, roll up the windows, never leave valuables in the vehicle and take the keys.

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Pat Reavy is a longtime police and courts reporter. He joined the KSL.com team in 2021, after many years of reporting at the Deseret News and KSL NewsRadio before that.

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