Someone Stole Blake Corum’s Custom Camaro That’s Hard To Miss But Impossible To Spot

Blake Corum

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Michigan Wolverines running back Blake Corum announced his custom Chevrolet Camaro had been stolen. The camo paint job is hard to miss but if the camo does its job it’ll be impossible to spot.

Blake Corum took to social media to share that his custom camo Camaro was not paid for by NIL money. It was a high school graduation gift to him from his parents. And they paid for it using hard-earned money.

Thousands of Michigan fans instantly flipped their switch to become amateur detectives. And the hunt for Blake Corum’s stolen camo Camaro is on.

The Associated Press reports the theft took place earlier this month:

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Michigan All-America running back Blake Corum reported his car stolen earlier this month in Ann Arbor. Corum’s camouflage wrapped 2017 Camaro adorned with his BC2 logo was stolen from a parking garage between Jan. 13 and Jan. 16, according to Ann Arbor Police Department records.

Corum tweeted Tuesday that his “parents used their hard earned money” to buy him the car after he graduated from high school. “God bless whoever stole it,” he tweeted.

Wolverines fans expressed support after Blake Corum tweeted about his stolen Camaro:

One person wrote “Not sure how anyone expects to drive that down the street without being caught immediately.”

Another replied “Such an awesome car. Your parents are legends for that. Hopefully it can be found in good condition.”

The detective instincts are kicking in:

If only we could see what the car looked like…

This is where everything is headed:

Everyone’s got jokes:

Here is is a look at Blake Corum’s stolen Camaro. If you see something, say something. Let’s get this car back to him undamaged:

If the thieves have social media they are certainly rethinking their choice to steal such a high-profile vehicle.