£20,000 reward to catch vandal who damaged £900,000 Bugatti Veyron at Leeds car showroom

The windscreen of the Bugatti Veyron was shattered in the incident. Pictures: Lewis Skene
The windscreen of the Bugatti Veyron was shattered in the incident. Pictures: Lewis Skene

A £20,000 reward has been offered to bring the vandal who attacked a £900,000 supercar in Leeds to justice.

The owners of Kahn's Automobiles said they would pay up for information leading to the arrest of the person behind the break-in at their luxury car showroom on Kirkstall Road.

Staff were on site clearing up on Thursday morning

Staff were on site clearing up on Thursday morning

A hooded man used a metal bar to smash the front window of the dealership in the early hours of Thursday.
He then shattered the windscreen of the rare Italian car - priced at £899,875 - before walking out.

The vehicle has since been removed for repairs.

A spokesman for the dealership, said: "We are willing to offer a £20,000 reward for information leading to an arrest.

"This is a prestigious building and has some of the most exclusive cars in the world.

The company stocks a range of luxury cars including Ferraris and Rolls Royce cars

The company stocks a range of luxury cars including Ferraris and Rolls Royce cars

"The company makes the local area more appealing to visitors and tourists.

"Luckily there was not too much damage caused."

West Yorkshire Police said they were investigating a report of burglary at the premises at about 12.30am on Thursday.

Anyone with information should contact Detective Constable Phil Oldroyd at Elland Road police station via 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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