Police say man’s Tesla stolen from restaurant parking lot, 4 suspects at large

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) – Memphis police are looking for four suspects they say stole a Tesla from the parking lot of Osaka Japanese Restaurant on Popular Avenue Saturday night.

Police say when the owner of the car left the restaurant that night, he realized his Tesla was missing from the parking lot.

Police say the car was tracked by a built-in GPS system and found 10 minutes away.

Video surveillance from the Tesla’s built-in cameras showed four young men dressed in black sitting in a black four-door Infiniti sedan in front of a parked car.

Police say the suspects then approached the vehicle and were able to gain access and drive away with both vehicles.

Police did not comment on how the suspects were able to start the electric vehicle.

  • Suspect #1 is described as wearing a denim jacket, black shirt and dreads pulled into a ponytail.
  • Suspect #2 is described as wearing black clothing, blue jeans and a black ski mask.
  • Suspect number 3 is described as wearing a black jacket with yellow sleeves and a ski mask.
  • Suspect #4 is described as wearing a black hoodie with a black skull cap and possibly wearing braces.

Their vehicle is described as a black Infiniti, possibly a 2015 Infiniti Q40, with a possible Tennessee tag of 7P4-8X3.

Police ask anyone with information to call 901-528-CASH.

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