One of England's sports car manufacturers spent $5,500 to have $185,000 worth of stolen supercars returned to them. Three cars were stolen from Noble's factory but one never got too far after one of the thieves drove one off the road and left it in a ditch during the getaway. After the burglars couldn't sell the cars anywhere, they called the company in hopes for a big ransom. Noble offered $5,500 and after a wild goose chase returned the two cars to the factory sans one radio. The story is worth reading for the description of the car's recovery.
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