A 2010 Chevy Tahoe that was being serviced at Webb Chevrolet, 9440 S. Cicero Ave., was reported stolen by the service department after its owner came to pick up his car around 5:06 p.m. Aug. 23.
Police said that an employee parked the car in the parking lot after it had been serviced and placed the vehicle’s keys on the service office counter.
When the owner came for his car, both it and the keys were missing, reports said.
Police reviewed security video, which showed a male black hanging around the service department when the Tahoe was brought in. The video showed the man entering the office where the keys were left and walk out a short time later. The man was then seen on camera in the parking lot getting into the Tahoe and driving off.
A gray Dodge Ram also backed into the service lot. As the Dodge Ram passed the Tahoe, the man nodded and waved at the truck. The Dodge Ram turned around and block the entrance to the service lot.
Employees told police that the Dodge Ram was never brought into the service department and left after the Tahoe exited the lot.
The owner was provided with a rental car and Webb said it would reimburse the owner for the loss of the Tahoe.