Franklin police find owner of car with custom decals after vehicle theft from dealership

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Update: Police say the owner of the Challenger has been identified. No arrests have been made at this time.

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FRANKLIN, Ind.– Police in Franklin are searching for a customized car that may be connected to the theft of a vehicle in Franklin.

On Nov. 5, a 2008 Chevrolet Impala SS was stolen from Bradley Chevrolet, located at 1550 North Morton Street, off of US 31. The incident occurred around 6: 30 a.m., before the dealership was open.

The suspects’ vehicle is a gray 2012 Dodge Challenger with pink after-market decals and pink rims. It was seen the day before the theft and the occupants looked at the car that ended up being stolen.

Investigators believe a key on the dealership’s key ring was switched before the theft.

There have been similar thefts from dealerships in the area. Police are working to determine if the incidents are connected.

Anyone with information is asked to call 317-345-1100.

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