#Thieves swipe two Maseratis from NYC dealer — only to be stopped by red light

#Thieves swipe two Maseratis from NYC dealer — only to be stopped by red light

June 26, 2020 | 2:19pm | Updated June 26, 2020 | 2:39pm

New York traffic — the great equalizer.

Two Maseratis worth a total of $207,000 were swiped from a Manhattan dealership — including one that a thief ditched Friday morning after getting caught at a red light a block away, police said.

An employee noticed the $120,000 white 2019 Maserati GTS missing from the showroom of the dealership at West 54th Street and 12th Avenue around 8:30 a.m. — then spotted the souped-up ride running on the street outside the exit for the service area.

The worker approached the car but the alleged thief, Mave Grey, peeled off — only to get caught at a red light 500 feet away at West 54th Street and Eleventh Avenue, cops said.

When the employee caught up to Grey, he allegedly climbed out of the Maserati — which can go from 0 to 60 mph in 4.6 seconds and has a top speed of 190 mph — and handed over the keys before fleeing on foot.

But he didn’t get very far. Other quick-thinking employees caught him on Eleventh Avenue between West 55th and 56th streets and held him until cops arrived.

Grey, 30, was charged with grand larceny of a vehicle, criminal possession of stolen property and unauthorized use of a vehicle.

On Thursday, the dealership reported another Maserati — a two-door SQ4 valued at $87,000 — stolen, according to police.

The theft happened sometime overnight and was caught on video.

The keys to that car were left in the center console, police said. It hasn’t been recovered.

A manager for the dealership — which had been closed due to the coronavirus pandemic and reopened Monday under Phase Two — didn’t immediately comment.


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