CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Retired linebacker Thomas Davis, Carolina Panthers, took to social media on Tuesday in search of obvious people. that broke into his garage Steal and destroy his high-priced McLaren.
“How is the IG family? I need your help,” Davis wrote on Instagram. “If anyone knows these idiots who decide it’s a good idea to come into my house and pass all my cars. Even stealing and destroying my McLaren, I offer cash rewards to anyone who can help identify them. who are these More videos will come later.”
on tuesday morning It is unclear whether Davis filed a complaint with the police under his name. Mecklenburg County Police Department officials said they were aware of the alleged trespassing. But that incident took place in Union County outside of its jurisdiction.
A picture of the McLaren 720S shows the damage on the rear left of the cheapest McLaren 720S supercar starting at $299,000, according to Edmunds.com.
As promised, Davis posted more videos and photos of his wrecked McLaren. The video also features a life-sized cutout of Davis in his No. 58 Panthers uniform.
Davis retired as a Carolina player in March after spending his last NFL season with the Washington Football team and former Panthers coach Ron Rivera. Davis spent the first 14 of his 16 seasons. with panthers Lead the team’s career and become the first player in NFL history to return from three successful ACL surgeries on the same knee.
In 2014, Davis received the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award for community service through the Defending Dreams Foundation that focuses on improving the lives of disadvantaged children.