The Naples Police Department is looking for a man who allegedly conned a dealership and drove away in one very pricey Bentley -- a gray 2007 Bentley Continental GT, reports The News-Press in Fort Myers.
Investigators say Justin William Durbin hopped into the car and sped off during an offsite meeting with a sales consultant of Ambassador Auto Sales in Naples. The sales consultant initially thought he had just taken the car for a test drive.
No such luck.
Investigators said Durbin visited the dealership a couple of times, producing an Oklahoma driver's license.
And he impressed them as a high-end consumer: He was described as in his early 20's, wore bright European fashions and drove a red 2011 Mercedes-Benz GLK 350 SUV
Durbin also gave them the daddy routine: He had to talk with his father first who wanted to check out the car -- which is why the car was driven off-site.
Unfortunately, the Bentley did not have a GPS or tracking device.
And the Mercedes that Durbin was driving was stolen from a dealership in Missouri.
Get the DUHtails at The News-Press in Fort Myers.
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