Majority of Dealership’s Inventory Stolen in First Week of Business, Owner Says He ‘Probably Won’t Survive It’

A new car dealership in Philadelphia lost more than half a dozen cars to thieves in its first week in business, and now the owner says his business likely won’t be able to withstand the loss.
City Motors co-owner Nathan Kriegler told WPVI-TV that losing that many cars during his first week in business, in a town known for its rising crime, is a loss that is devastating.
“If we don’t recover the cars, we probably won’t survive it,” Kriegler said. “It could be the start and the end all in the same week.”

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Kriegler added that not only did the car thieves drive off with seven of his cars, they also took the titles, giving them a better chance of turning the thefts into legal transfers.


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