Janoris Jenkins parked his $250,000 Rolls-Royce Wraith at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport on May 5, and when he returned from his trip to West Palm Beach his vehicle was nowhere to be found.
Jenkins immediately complained to management, and he reached out to various staff members and officials from “City of Atlanta Aviation,” but they did not provide him with any information about the whereabouts of his vehicle.
They gave me the complete run around.
I was told they have footage of my vehicle arriving but no footage of it leaving.
Nothing makes sense!
Jenkins went to the Atalanta Police Department, but they didn’t have any leads on his missing vehicle. So he reported the vehicle missing.
According to Atlanta police, Jenkins reported the vehicle missing on May 26.
Officers immediately placed a lookout on the vehicle and updated its status to stolen.
Investigators are working to determine the circumstances surrounding the incident.
The investigation continues.
Jenkins then proceeded to blast the airport on Instagram for their lack of empathy, support, and customer service.
However, the airport was in no shape or form empathetic, concerned or in shock that something like this could even happen.
I understand very well that unfortunate events like this do happen but these types of establishments are supposed to provide SAFETY, comfort and most of all a customer service that is unmatched.
Be aware of this airport, it’s distasteful staff, and please think twice before parking your vehicle here! I’m now short a quarter million dollars of an asset that I own with no help from this airport.”
See the full IG post below:
This definitely sounds like an inside job to me.
I’m sure Janoris Jenkins will never leave a car at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport again.