Well, that’s unfortunate.
Late on Jan. 6, the Papa John’s employee called cops to report the taken automobile, describing that he was dropping off an order at the Arbon Glen Apartments in Spartanburg when the theft happened. After the officers arrived, the delivery chauffeur also confessed that he left his car, a red Nissan Versa, running while making the delivery, according to a Spartanburg Authorities Department crime report.
The chauffeur informed authorities that the Papa John’s sign affixed to the top of the stolen vehicle was equipped with GPS, describing it as a “function that couldn’t be switched off.” He then told police that his GPS showed the cars and truck was only a quarter-mile away, near a grade school.
Three officers with the Spartanburg authorities investigated the location where the GPS was suggesting, but found no Nissan Versa. They did, however, find that the Papa John’s indication had actually been removed and disposed of in the school’s play area, on the other side of a barbed fence that separates the school from a nearby row of apartments.
Shortly after stealing the automobile, the burglar disposed of the light-up Papa John’s sign on top of the cars and truck, which was equipped with a GPS gadget.
Cops selected not to instantly retrieve the indication for fingerprinting.
As of Thursday afternoon, Spartanburg Cops had actually not verified the recovery of the car, nor whether the vehicle was filled with fresh, undelivered pizzas that the thief absolutely pigged-out on while joyriding through South Carolina.