Aaron Dahrooge Missing Muscle Car Back Home in Worcester Amid Foreclosure Trashout by Bank of America

Aaron Dahrooge, left, and his son Sims Dahrooge, 18, with the elder Dahrooge’s 1973 Dodge Challenger Wednesday in Worcester. (T&G Staff/PAUL KAPTEYN)

Aaron Dahrooge Missing Muscle Car Back Home in Worcester Amid Foreclosure

No explanation of how it was taken, but charges against NH men

WORCESTER — On Tuesday afternoon, a garage door rolled up at the Manchester Police Department in New Hampshire, and Sims Dahrooge laid eyes on a familiar rear spoiler and dual exhaust pipes bristling from the back of a vintage purple muscle car.

“That’s all I had to see, and I couldn’t help it. I just started to burst into tears,” he said yesterday, back in the city with the 1973 Dodge Challenger he restored with his father, Aaron Dahrooge.

As the Dahrooges towed the car back to Worcester on a trailer, on account of a blown transmission and rear tires scorched smooth from untold burnouts, two Manchester men were being held on Massachusetts warrants for receiving stolen property.

The classic American muscle car had been taken from the Burncoat home of Aaron Dahrooge’s deceased mother in March, a day after a Bank of America contractor had gone to the home to winterize and secure it.

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2 Responses to “Aaron Dahrooge Missing Muscle Car Back Home in Worcester Amid Foreclosure Trashout by Bank of America”
  1. Mad as hell in Maryland says:

    Had a similar thing happen here in Maryland 2 years ago. (No vehicle involved,) A ‘Property Preservation’ Crew actually broke into the home we had moved out of, however, kept the 2 acre yard mowed,beds mulched, had tons of heavy equipment and building materials in the shop. They also ignored the NO TRESSPASSING sign which also had 2 phone numbers on it to reach me.
    They stole building supplies, forklift battery chargers, untold hand tools, and other equipment and miscellaneous items.
    This was at the hands of Aurora – (After Homecommings both modified my loan, AND accepted funds in good faith to seal the deal.)
    In the end they wrote me a check in restitution, and supposedly ‘waived’ my responsibility for the loan in its entirety. (?) (We were burried in the home to the tune of about $300k – Owed $650 on a house worth $350 at the time.)

    THIS IS NOT UNCOMMON, but most folks don’t do anything about it. CALL THE POLICE – DO NOT LET THEM GET AWAY WITH ANYTHING LIKE IT!

    *since then, I know of 3 people a similar event has happened to here in Maryland, 1 of the 3 followed up on it, and recieved restitution.

    Fight the good fight! Challenge EVERYTHING, they lie!

    Be well to all!

  2. Bobbi Swann says:

    Of course, theives hire thieves! And I hope this man uses the same amount of energy he used to get his car back to go after the bigger thief on the foreclosure!

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