There are few things more disheartening than parking your car outside and returning to find it damaged – or, as is the case with this Porsche Panamera in Stockholm, Sweden, with its wheels missing.
Images shared to Facebook through the GTBoard page show the car sitting in a parking lot on what appears to be two separate days, lacking wheels.
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In the first image, the expensive sedan can be seen resting on its brake rotors. Whoever stole the wheels must have been in quite a hurry as the lug nuts were left behind. Interestingly, the Panamera is sitting in what looks to be a private car park that includes a barbed wire fence. Considering that it’s not hard to find expensive cars in Stockholm that aren’t parked behind barbed wire and are, in theory, easier targets, means that the thief must, for whatever reason, have really wanted those rims.
The second series of images appear to have been taken at a different time, as evidenced by the different cars in the background. Additionally, the Panamera is no longer sitting directly on its brake rotors but rather two wooden pallets, probably a temporary solution on the part of the owner as they attempted to source some replacement wheels.
In all likelihood, the individual or individuals that stole the wheels sold them for a quick buck, meaning that tracking them down could prove impossible.