Close to 30 cars were burglarized last week at an Auburn car dealership, law enforcement officials say.
A total of 27 new vehicles at Auburn Toyota had stereos and dashboard equipment stolen after burglars allegedly entered the lot by cutting through a locked gate, the Placer County Sheriff’s Office said Monday in a Facebook post.
A few of the vehicles also had their batteries stolen, according to the post.
The estimated loss from the theft totaled $108,000, according to the Sheriff’s Office.
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The thieves are still at large, and authorities have not released any identifying details.
The Sheriff’s Office post refers to the dealership as Magnussen’s Auburn Toyota; the Magnussen name was dropped from the location in 2016 under new ownership, the Auburn Journal reported at the time.