Buried Mercedes convertible found in the backyard of an expensive mansion (video)

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Mercedes convertible found buried in the ground in the backyard of an expensive mansion (video)

The Mercedes-Benz 560 SL found in the ground has been listed as stolen since 1992. Most likely, the owner staged the theft of the car in order to get insurance.

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In the small California town of Atherton, a buried Mercedes-Benz 560 SL was found on the territory of an expensive mansion. The convertible stayed in the ground for about 30 years. This is what the Fox 2 channel story is about.

A buried Mercedes convertible was found in the backyard of an expensive mansion (video)

Mercedes convertible found buried in the backyard of an expensive mansion (video)

The car was accidentally discovered by landscape designers during renovations on the territory of a luxurious estate worth 15 million dollars. Arriving on a call, the police found that the car belonged to the former owner of the mansion, John Bockton Lew. He left California and died in 2015 at the age of 77.

Moreover, it turned out that the Mercedes 560 SL has been listed as stolen since 1992. Most likely, we are talking about fraud with insurance – the owner could stage theft. This is also indicated by the fact that in 1999 John Bockton Lew was convicted of attempting a similar scam – he planned to sink his yacht in order to obtain insurance.

However, it is not excluded that the car is involved in crime. John Bockton Lew was linked to organized crime and was suspected of murder, and bags of cement were found in the trunk of a Mercedes SL. In addition, police dogs behaved very strangely near the car, so forensic experts are examining it.