Man's car disappears from Warren auto shop claiming new manager - Fox 2 News Headlines

Man's car disappears from Warren auto shop claiming new management

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WARREN, Mich. (WJBK) -

Charles Venson left his 2001 Chrysler Sebring at the 'M and A Auto Shop' on 8 Mile and Ryan Rd. in Warren. He paid for a new motor and gave a $200 down payment for labor.

A couple weeks later he went to pick up the car, but the employee told him his car was not there.

VIDEO: Fox 2's Amy Lange talks to Venson

Venson then learned the auto shop was under new management. Fox 2 contacted the landlord, who said 'M and A' was behind on its rent and was evicted.

Warren Police also say Venson isn't the only victim; they recent got a report of a man's vehicle gone missing from an auto shop.

Warren Police say the case has been assigned to an investigator with the Macomb auto theft squad.

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