Update: Car stolen from La Quinta Inn recovered
Update posted Jan. 28
Car found in riverbed in San Miguel
–The 2004 Dodge Charger that was stolen from the La Quinta Inn parking lot last week has been found, according to the car owner’s wife, Leti Snowden. She says the vehicle was found abandoned in San Miguel in a riverbed.
Original story posted Jan. 26
Couple is asking for community’s help in locating the stolen car
–Brandon Snowden, a tank mechanic working at Camp Roberts, was staying at La Quinta Inn in Paso Robles when his 2014 Dodge Charger Hemi RT was stolen from the parking lot around 1 a.m. last Thursday, according to his wife, Leti.
The hotel saw video footage a red truck pulling alongside of it at 1:08 a.m. on Thursday and then the car disappeared, according to Leti. The car has Texas plates, with license plate number FXZ2259.
Leti is encouraging the community to be on the lookout for the car, which is black with black rims. “You cant imagine the stress this has caused,” she wrote in a message. She encourages anyone with information about the car’s whereabouts to contact the Paso Robles Police Department at (805) 237-6464, or call Brandon directly at (225) 361-9967.