Police recovered seven of the 13 vehicles but had positioned just one suspect, other than the Mustang driver who died, ABC 12 in Flint reported. They said large-scale vehicle thefts have change into increasingly common in the world, but that this was the primary incident involving gunfire.
The thieves shot on the holding lot’s security guard and rammed his automotive within the incident, which happened around 3 a.m. Nov. 14. The guard was not injured.
“Fired shots at him, he exchanged gunfire with those suspects,” Flint Police Chief Terance Green told Fox 2. “They were capable of get into vehicles and drove through the gate, damaging other vehicles on the way in which out and were capable of get away.”