Four people were in custody Monday, accused of stealing a Telsa belonging to a Milwaukee Bucks executive during the team’s Friday home opener, police confirmed to WISN 12 NEWS.
Police said the keys were left in the 2018 Model X that’s worth more than $100,000.
The vehicle is owned by Alex Lasry, the Bucks’ senior vice president and chairman of Milwaukee’s bid committee for the 2020 Democratic National Convention. He declined to comment to WISN 12 NEWS about the theft, including whether or not he’d gotten his car back.
Lasry’s car was stolen from outside the Bucks’ Schlitz Park offices while he and other team officials were a few blocks away at the Fiserv Forum where the Bucks were hosting the Indiana Pacers.
The Bucks beat the Pacers 118-101.