Two prestige cars worth almost $350,000 have been stolen from a Point Cook home as a family slept.
Thieves snuck inside and found keys to a brand-new, top-of-the-line Maserati.
Vehicle owner Kamal Bagga woke to the sound of his new supercar starting in his garage at 3.20 in the morning.
“I couldn’t believe if it’s real life or if I’m still dreaming,” Bagga told 7 News.
The thieves has already stolen his wife’s BMW.
Then they opened the garage door for the main prize, a $250,000 Maserati Grantuisrmo sport.
He had only owned it for four months and done only 1500 kilometres.
“I spent a lot of money. You know, out of my passion. Completely heartbreaking, honestly”.
While nine people slept in the house, including Kamal’s three-year-old son, thieves crept in through an open window to snatch the BMW keys from a table and the Maserati keys from their hiding spot in a vase.
“Very scared. I was in a state of shock. I’m still in a state of shock. Something could of happened to us. We are not safe,” Rachna Bagga said.
The real estate agent ran to his balcony yelling as the Maserati reversed out, smashing through their letter box.
Both cars then sped off.
“It was like a Fast and Furious movie I would say,” Kamal said.
The Maserati was spotted in Epping, Thomastown, Reservoir and Preston and police chased them but the crooks sped away.
Then seven hours after it was found stolen, the Maserati was found dumped in Thornbury.
Police arrested two men nearby aged 43 and 19 from Lalor.
The BMW was also found in Laverton North.
“It’s terrifying because now, if I have to go out for work, I can’t leave my family at home. It’s unsafe. I feel completely unsafe,” Kamal told 7 News.
“The entire scene is still flashing in front of my mind. I’m just trying to get over it.”
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