Man gets emotional after finding his car, which was stolen 19-years-ago

Man gets emotional after finding his car, which was stolen 19-years-ago

A man took to social media to share his excitement over the recovery of his car after it was stolen almost two decades ago.

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Having one's car stolen is one of the worst things that could happen, but with today's technology like car trackers, recovery is much easier.

But, what about those people whose cars were stolen during times vehicle recovery technology was not available?

Well, one social media user thought he could permanently say goodbye to his silver BMW, which was stolen from the doctors quarters almost 19-years-ago.

Tweep @mrbigzie got a surprise recently when his car, which he though was lost forever, was recovered almsot two decades after being stolen.

The emotional man took to Twitter to share his happiness.

He captioned the post: "19 years ago this beauty was stolen in Port Elizabeth from the doctors quarters. Police phoned me today. It was recovered. I am tearing right now."

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However, although @mrbigzie was exited to get his old whip back, he has since moved on to a bigger and better car.

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However, regardless of having a new Mercedes-Benz AMG, social media users were left shook that police managed to recover the car after so many years.

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