Detroit, Michigan, locals: keep your eyes open for a handful of Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk SUVs. Jalopnik reported earlier this month that a total of six Grand Cherokee Trackhawk high-performance SUVs were stolen from the company’s Detroit assembly plant.
The publication confirmed the thefts with FCA, though the automaker did not provide more details on the theft. The company’s statement read:
FCA US is working with the Detroit Police Department regarding the theft of six Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawks from the Jefferson North Assembly Plant on Nov. 17, 2017. One vehicle has been recovered. Additional security measures have been put in place at the plant to prevent any further incidents.
The Grand Cherokee Trackhawk is the most expensive Jeep sold, and six stolen SUVs makes for around a $500,000 getaway. We’ll be sure to update this story if we hear additional information on the other five SUVs’ whereabouts.