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Last Updated: Saturday, 12 May 2007, 10:09 GMT 11:09 UK
45,000 Ferrari stolen from home
Stolen Ferrari
The stolen 45,000 car was a distinctive light blue colour
A Ferrari worth 45,000 and believed to be one of only two of its kind in the country has been stolen from the garage of a house in Surrey.

The distinctive pale blue car was taken on Thursday afternoon from a property just off the A22 in South Godstone.

Det Con Lee Pocock said: "It is the distinctive colour of this Ferrari which makes it rare and makes it stand out from other vehicles."

The thief is thought to have forced entry to the house and taken the keys.

No other property was stolen.

"The owner is obviously desperate to have the car returned and I am appealing to people to keep an eye out," said Det Con Pocock.

"Perhaps someone remembers seeing a person behaving suspiciously in the area or even saw the car being driven on the road?"

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