The classic car was about to be used to celebrate a local Marine’s 100th birthday
by: Russell Colburn
Posted: Feb 15, 2021 / 10:21 PM CST
/ Updated: Feb 15, 2021 / 10:21 PM CST
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A Kansas City family is looking for their rare 1954 Bentley they say was stolen from their limousine business early Saturday morning.
“It’s a vehicle that we depend on every week and every weekend for wedding couples, and we do anniversaries, birthdays,” Nader Aldewick of Pech Limousine said.
But, with the pandemic, Aldewick said those events were non-existent.
“March, April and May, we were at zero income basically,” Aldewick said. “We didn’t do one trip. Right now, as of this time, we’re back to about 50%.”
Surveillance video shows a driver pulling the Bentley into the garage after being used for a wedding anniversary Friday night.
Seconds later, someone sneaks into the garage, and skulks over to a SUV to hide.
People, like the Bentley driver, are still moving around the garage, so Aldewick said the thief waited in the SUV for three hours before making his move overnight.
“As far as I can tell from the cameras, [he was] just sitting inside the Jeep,” Aldewick said.
Later, clearly trying to avoid being seen, the person makes their way to the garage door and opens it. Then, they get in the Bentley and back it right out of the…