The following is adapted from a release from the Flagler County Sheriff's Office:
A Palm Coast man who planned to clean up his daughter’s car as a surprise when she
came home on leave, was himself surprised Thursday to find the car that he thought had
sat on his driveway since March had been replaced with an identical car. The problem
was: the replacement car was stolen.
Flagler County Sheriff’s deputies said the Palm Coast man had trouble starting what he
thought was his daughter’s vehicle so he had it towed to a dealership at the Daytona Auto
Mall. It was the dealership that discovered the Nissan Altima that had been towed from
Palm Coast was stolen out of Voluisa County in March.
Deputies said that the Palm Coast car had been swapped with the stolen vehicle as it sat
in the driveway on Prince Patric Lane. A stolen vehicle report for the Palm Coast was
filed by Sheriff’s Office.
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