Our long national nightmare is over: Guy Fieri's bright yellow Lamborghini, which was stolen over a year ago, has been found in a storage unit in Point Richmond, California. The car, which is somewhat rare and thus worth over $200,000, had been spotted several times around the Bay Area on "joy rides," probably because it turns out a teenager stole it.
Yeah, the Sherrif's office says the car was found in a "storage unit [that] belonged to a 17-year-old boy who was arrested Saturday on suspicion of a shooting into an occupied car in Mill Valley earlier this month." Which, okay, but how did a seventeen year old rent a storage unit? Also, how did a seventeen year old steal a famous person's really, really fancy neon-colored car? Mysteries.
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