The Chevy Camaro Z/28 likes doing burnouts. It likes throwing down hot laps on a racetrack; it does not like being stolen. A car thief in Seattle also took a page from our favorite Nicolas Cage movie with stolen cars when he boosted a brand new Camaro Z/28 and crashed it through the dealership's doors.

According to a Seattle Times blog post, on Tuesday morning a private security guard from Bill Pierre Chevrolet called 911 to report a break-in. When police arrived on the scene they found tire marks on the floor, a smashed front door and a missing $75,000 Camaro Z/28.

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Police later found the Camaro badly damaged a few blocks away and are still searching for the suspect.

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