Authorities are asking for the help of the public to locate the suspect involved in the theft of a vehicle from an Evansville, Indiana car dealership.

Police Seek Public's Help in Auto Theft at Lux Motors

Evansville's Lux Motors, a locally-owned car dealership, fell victim to a daring car theft incident between the evening of June 25th and the morning of June 26th. A black 2018 Audi RS3 was stolen, and the authorities are seeking the public's help in identifying the culprits involved. The details of the incident, as well as descriptions of the suspects and their actions, have been released to aid in their apprehension.

Evansville Police Department via Facebook

Suspect Descriptions

The primary suspect is described as a white female, her face partially concealed with a mask. Accompanying her is a white male who can be seen walking a dog. Both individuals were observed entering the area on foot from the north.

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The Theft

Interestingly, the male passes by the stolen vehicle several times before the female arrives, suggesting a possible prearranged plan. The female suspect glances back in the direction where the male was last seen, possibly seeking directions or instructions. The surveillance footage captured the female suspect entering the stolen black 2018 Audi RS3 before driving it off the Lux Motors lot.

Evansville Police Department; Canva

If You Have Information

Call for Information: In an effort to bring justice to Lux Motors and the Evansville community, the Evansville Police Department urges anyone with relevant information regarding the incident to contact the Auto Theft Unit at (812)436-7967. Your assistance may prove crucial in identifying the suspects and recovering the stolen vehicle.

[Source: Evansville Police Department via Facebook]

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