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Lamborghini, Bentley Stolen During East Falls Heist

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Police in Philadelphia are looking for the burglars who made off with two very expensive vehicles, both of which have now been recovered.

The bandits stole a Lamborghini and a Bentley during the East Falls heist.

FOX 29's Steve Keeley was live Tuesday morning at the Charter House apartments on Wissahickon Avenue to report on the theft when word came in that the Lambo had been found.

He then filed another report from that scene, on the 4200 block of Upsal Street In Germantown.   The vehicle does not have a license plate, as the owner, according to Steve, owns approximately 20 classic cars. 

The sporty vehicle's door was left ajar, but did not seem to be damaged. A Philadelphia police two truck later came to hall off the hot ride.

Then, the Bentley was recovered as well on the 500 block of Abbottsford Avenue. SkyFOX flew over that scene. 

Police are still searching for the thieves.

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