$3000 Reward For Information About 1967 Chevrolet Camaro Stolen On 2-28-2010 – California License #6FSM537

 

$3000 Reward for information leading to return of stolen 1967 Camaro/arrest of suspect

VIN: 124377L100955

California License #6FSM537

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Car stolen on February 28th, 2010

Police Case Number – 100193202

Responding Officer – Some donut eater named Higgins. So fat it was too much work for him to get out of the car and fill out the forms, so he sat in the car and interviewed me through the window. I felt like I was at a fast food drive through placing an order.  He was also too fat to get out of the car and perform that most basic job of police work,  which is interviewing the neighbors to discover if they saw anything.

The only effort the responding police office expended to find out anything about the stolen car, was to give me what looked like a fast food receipt with his name, badge number, and my “order”, the license plate number of the car and the case number of the stolen car report, on it. 

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Followup Officer – Lieutenant Martinez at Taraval Station. When I asked how the investigation into the stolen car was progressing, Lt Martinez, who sounded like he was 21 or 22, responded “Nothing. We don’t look for stolen cars. We are too busy to look for stolen cars”. I felt like I was talking to one of the ganger kids that hangs out down at the liquor store who was telling me to go away because I was bothering him.

Main Suspect –  “Jose Ordaz”

Reason – “Jose” made plans three days before this car was stolen to see a different car that was for sale. He never showed up to see the car that was for sale.

Phone number – 1-209-495-9942

Phone Type – Iphone

Email – joseodogg@hotmail.com

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Anyone who can trace someone through their email, or find out the details associated with a cell phone, is invited to work on claiming the reward. I was able to verify the cell phone was registered in the Modesto, California area, which was where “Jose” claimed to be from.

If you drive by the suspect’s home after locating him and he has a 67 Camaro parked there, or you go to his business or place of work and their warehouse has a 67 Camaro in it, I think you just made yourself $3000. Contact me and we can both go there with the police.

If he works on fast cars or has some other fast car, you might have to talk to his friends to see if he had a 67 Camaro awhile back, or if he sold a 67 Camaro, or sold parts for a 67 Camaro. The car had an LT-1 with a 6 speed if knowing a particular part that might have been sold from the car helps with your search. It also had an RS frontend on it. 

It is of course possible the car was stolen by someone else. The reward will be paid regardless of who the suspect is.

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