HALL COUNTY, Ga. - The owner of a car dealership wants to find two men he said stole a Porsche and a BMW from his dealership. The Hall County Sheriff's Office said it could be the same two who broke into a Chrysler-Dodge dealership in Oakwood over the weekend.
The thieves broke into the building a little after 10 p.m., but they didn't run in, grab the keys, and leave. Instead, they were in there a long period of time, making the owner think there's something else they were after.
Video surveillance of the dealership shows the door of a Porsche and a BMW open and a man in each car on the left side of the screen. A few moments later, two men are seen walking up to the back door of the dealership. One notices the camera and puts something over it. But the cameras inside the dealership catch the two walk in and head straight for the keys. They grab them, but don't leave right away.
"If they were looking for just cars only, they could just grab the key and leave and this is not," said Owner Mina Mossad.
Mossad thinks they were looking for car titles or cash. The guys were inside the dealership for ten minutes rummaging through cabinets, drawers, and closets. Mossad said both men took time to even go to the bathroom while they were there.
"They were waiting, looking, and looking. One was peeing inside, one peed outside. I was like wow. It was just like order delivery and sitting in my office and eat," said Mossad.
The thieves finally left taking a 2006 Porsche Boxster Convertible and a 2002 BMW 330 Convertible. But Mossad said they also have keys to six other cars on his lot.
"I don't know if they're going to come back or not. Start getting more security. Get a dog and leave it here at night," said Mossad.
Anyone who recognizes the men is asked to call the Hall County Sheriff's Office.