The animals tore the fenders with their teeth.
Two dogs that broke into a car dealership in Houston, Texas, caused losses worth $350,000 (120 million forints), police said. ABC13.
The two animals were spotted on security camera footage after the cars were found badly damaged one morning. One of the videos shows a dog tearing off a car's bumper. At least three incidents were identified where the animals wandered into a parking lot full of cars and collided with cars, tearing off several bumpers and scratching the roof of the cars. It is believed that the thieves climbed under the fence into the G Motors car dealership while chasing the cats that had taken shelter under the cars inside.
One of the dogs, a Bull Terrier, was captured in December, and the other on the last day of last year, and both are at a Houston animal shelter looking for a home. The pit bull mix has been named Dasher and is now available for adoption, and according to staff at the animal shelter, he has not shown any signs of aggression. The other animal is currently being observed, but according to plans, an owner will also be found for it if it proves suitable for adoption.
We feel sorry for the dogs, but they are in good hands at the moment, so there is no need to worry about them
– This was stated by a G Motors employee.