Tyrese learned a valuable lesson on Tuesday — don’t leave your key in your car.
His Range Rover was stolen right out of his home driveway
According to what he told police, he parked the car in his driveway around 1:15 a.m. and came back outside around 8 a.m. to discover it was missing.
The home surveillance system captured images of a dark, four door sedan, possibly a Lexus, circling the cul de sac along his street.
“The sedan then stopped in front (of) the … address. A male wearing a hoodie exited the passenger side, walks up to the victim(‘s) vehicle around 2:06 a.m., pulled on the driver side door handle and the door opened. Moments later the victim(’s) vehicle drives out of the driveway trailing the sedan,” the incident report from the Atlanta Police Department said.
Tyrese admitted to police that he left the key fob to the Ranger Rover in the cup holder of the SUV.
After news of the incident went public, Tyrese confirmed that he got his Rage Rover back within three hours and was actually in the process of bailing the men who stole his car out of jail.
Why? Because he says they were ‘just out here tryna get money.’
That’s….nice of him.