Four Ferraris, three thieves: another ‘Italian job’ on Long Island
four Ferrari was recently stolen from a sellerservice center on New York’s Long Island.
By three thieves.
That’s because police in Nassau County can’t tell you how three people drove with four cars.
Do they bring trailers? ONE drag truck? ONE car carrier?
Details are sketchy. As of Saturday – a week after the robbers completed the robbery – police reported no arrests and did not say if they had recovered any Italian sports cars, except It says the gang took a total of four cars: a 2014 gray sedan model year, a blue coupe from 2016 and a pair of white Ferraris from 2018 and 2023, respectively.
That’s a lot of Ferraris. The Nassau County Sheriff did not want to provide more specifics about the models involved.
Authorities have said the incident happened at Long Island’s Ferrari Service Center in Plainview, about 30 miles east of Manhattan, shortly before 4 a.m. last Saturday.
Once inside, the trio allegedly stole “assorted goods” and “multiple car keys” before fleeing the parking lot, police said.
We will monitor the investigation and report back…if there is anything to report.