Katie Price's on-and-off fiance Carl Woods made a desperate plea to his followers on social media as he revealed his Range Rover had been stolen in Essex. Taking to Instagram today, the car dealer posted a picture of his sleek black vehicle worth £34,000 and said it had been stolen from him on Saturday.
The 34-year-old business owner is offering £5,000 for his missing car to be returned to him. On his page, he wrote alongside a picture of his motor: "My Range Rover has been stolen last night from Felsted Dunmow. Please share this post. £5,000 reward for the car back. This car needs to be hot to handle.
Aware the thief may have changed the vehicle's number plate, Carl added: "If the car is seen anywhere please send to me. CJW REG on it when nicked - could be on PK16 RBF - but they could have also changed the plate to anything to try and hide the identity."
Responding to the post, one person said: "They could’ve changed the number plate so you’re basically just asking people to look out for a black Range Rover. In Essex!!" Another person said there had been a number of Ranger Rovers stolen in Glasgow writing: "It’s happening all over Glasgow with range rovers, I’ve just ordered a 90s steering lock for mines."
A third person added: "Anyone with Rang Rovers need a Ghost immobilise fitted then buy an anti signal box for your keys and lastly a foot peddle lock. I learned the hard way had mine stolen too. Range Rovers are the easiest cars to steel unfortunately!"
Just last month, Katie Price was reportedly embroiled in a heated row with her new neighbours after her petrolhead beau 'turned their rental property into a car lot'. The former glamour model moved into the new pad in Essex after departing her Mucky Mansion.
Sources say cars have been parked outside the on-off couple's home and that they've been 'reported to the council'. An insider told The Sun: "Neighbours spotted several cars parked outside the new home in Essex and have reported him to the council. They haven’t applied for a licence to run a business from the home and cars are always coming and going - it’s really loud."