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Bianca Chambers Detroit did not hesitate to take the law into her own hands. According to Fox 2, the Detroit business owner spent days searching for her Mercedes Benz after it was stolen Monday from a retail store parking lot. Chambers said that a few hours after the vehicle’s disappearance, she saw an unidentified man driving it about 4 miles from where she last saw him.
The 32-year-old boutique owner told the Detroit News that she called police while she was chasing the vehicle, but they told her to stop the chase out of concern for her safety. She saw the car again later that night, but this time it was parked in a mall where her business is located.
“That scared me,” she said. “I mean, I don’t even know this man, and he’s stationed close to my business.”
Chambers said she called police multiple times during the days of the search for her, but officers were unable to retrieve the vehicle. She also took to Facebook in search of information on the whereabouts of the Mercedes, and eventually she received a message from someone claiming to have seen it parked in front of a nearby salon.
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The suspect dragged from the barbershop by dreds
A business owner whose car was stolen decided to take matters into her own hands. The woman confronted the suspect at a barbershop and she reportedly dragged him by her dreadlocks.
Bianca Chambers shares a white Mercedes-Benz with her boyfriend. When she suddenly disappeared, she requested help on social media and tracked the vehicle for three days through advice on her whereabouts, WDIV reported. Chambers told the outlet that she called the police every time she found her car, but the thief managed to escape her. When she found the stolen vehicle on Wednesday, July 14, she cut all four tires and confronted the suspect.
According to Chambers, the car was stolen on Monday, July 12, at Eight Mile Road and Woodward Avenue. She immediately went to chase the person responsible. “You are the dumbest criminal of all,” Chambers told ClickOnDetroit of the 19-year-old suspect. “I’m the wrong one. The police are going to find you. You are a thief, a thief.”
As a first step, Chambers shared an alert about the theft of her vehicle on Facebook and Instagram. Soon after, she began receiving clues as to where the Mercedez-Benz had been seen. The first sighting was reportedly near Grand River Avenue and Greenfield Road. “Eight Mile and Greenfield, I see it,” Chambers said. “I said, ‘Oh my God, this is my car.’ However, the driver allegedly accelerated as she approached the vehicle.The car was seen the next day, parked near a boutique owned by Chambers. Authorities said two people were sitting inside the car at the time, prompting Chambers to inform police. The car was seen for the third time outside a hair salon on Wednesday, July 14. Chambers saw the teenager, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, inside the business and proceeded to confront him directly. “Excuse me, do you have that Benz out there?” she allegedly asked herself in a clip of the confrontation. “Yes you can.”
Subsequently, Chambers and the teenager had a physical altercation. “I feel like I needed an old-fashioned yell because you’re going to stop stealing people’s cars,” Chambers said. Before entering the living room to confront the teenager, Chambers cut all four tires on her Mercedes-Benz to make sure no one could push him away. “I need to cut all four,” she said. “I didn’t want you to think you’re about to go far. Today was the last straw. I just wasn’t, I refuse to let this man drive one more day in my car. You will never steal from me again.
She continued to research the teen online and found it wasn’t the first time he’s been accused of stealing a vehicle. Upon retrieving the vehicle from him, Chambers was surprised to find it remarkably clean. “They were driving, they had a good time, they smoked, but yeah, when I got to my car, it was very clean,” she said. Later it was learned that the teenager had managed to detail the car.
Chambers acknowledged that she put her hands on the suspect during the confrontation. However, the suspect in custody allegedly does not want to press charges for the physical assault. Police said the person was in custody on the allegation of receiving stolen property.