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Police offer ‘advice’ on how to steal a Ferrari car without being caught

the Gainesville Police Department posted photos to Facebook showing the $250,000 Ferrari California T that was spotted by an officer riding in a Gainesville/Alachua County Drug Task Force vehicle.

According to UPI.com, the Gainesville Police Department posted photos to Facebook showing the $250,000 Ferrari California T that was spotted by an officer riding in a Gainesville/Alachua County Drug Task Force vehicle.

The slow pace at which the stolen car was being driven while the driver was still conveniently having a conversation with a driver of another car, inspired the suspicion of the police officer.

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The 26-year-old Hilburn Jay Brendon Hunkins from Kissimmee was then arrested after few checks proved that the Ferrari he was driving was a stolen one.

He attempted explaining that the car belonged to a friend, but was unable to provide any information about the said friend.

Subsequently, the police department chose to charitably offer these pieces of advice to others who might want to steal a Ferrari car in future.

"PRO TIP:

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1. Don't steal stuff. It's just not nice.

2. Certainly don't steal a $250,000 2017 Ferrari California. 2a. Especially when the window sticker is still on it.

3. If you ARE going to steal a $250,000 Ferrari...with the window sticker still on it...DON'T drive next to a Gainesville/Alachua County Drug Task Force vehicle with a License Plate Reader.

4. The "18MPG" is incorrect. We were only able to get 10mpg out of it when we drove it to the station.

5. #4 is a joke. We had it safely towed for the rightful owner."

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