Classic Car Stolen Outside Wine Cellar, Police Say
The owner was inside for 10 minutes, he said, but the keys were left in the car.
A 1965 Ford Mustang convertible was stolen this afternoon from the parking lot of the Wine Cellar when the driver went inside the store, police said. The keys were left in the car.
Shortly before noon, police were dispatched to the Branch Pike liquor store. The driver reported that he parked the powder blue classic car and went into the store. The keys were left in the vehicle.
When he came out of the store, his vehicle was gone.
The car has a white rag top, according to the owner of the vehicle, who contacted Cinnaminson Patch. The owner said he was in the Wine Cellar no more than 10 minutes.
The car has historic plates, NJ QQ53435.
Police are also investigating three burglaries to motor vehicles which occurred in the Westfield Leas neighborhood sometime overnight. All of the vehicles entered were left unlocked.
Police are urging people to make sure they lock their homes, vehicles, and to never leave keys in a vehicle when parked.