A San Francisco couple’s stolen car was found last week with Lyft stickers and 11,000 additional miles put down, The San Francisco Chronicle reported Wednesday.
Cierra and Josh Barton purchased their Honda HR-V during the summer, and the car was stolen from in front of their Hayward apartment complex, the report said. Four months later, Hayward Police told the couple that they had found in the car.
It was abandoned by a roadside. The police estimated that the car sat for about two weeks.
The couple said they picked up the car from a company that much last week and found the Lyft stickers, and the odometer, which rose from 2,000 km to 13,000.
“Not only did someone steal our car, they made money off it,” Cierra told the newspaper.
Lyft told the newspaper in a statement that they are not able to match the car to accounts in the area. The declaration state: California drivers must have a verification form, a California driver’s license, personal insurance, a driver photo and a California license plate.