Website's Commenters Find Stolen DeLorean Jalopnik readers spot ad on Craigslist By John Johnson, Newser Staff Posted Sep 26, 2013 2:40 PM CDT 20 comments Comments This file photo shows DeLorean cars parked outside the DeLorean Motor Company in Huntington Beach, Calif. (AP Photo/Orange County Register, Paul Bersebach) (Newser) – Last Thursday, the car-loving website Jalopnik posted a story about a DeLorean that got stolen in Morgan Hills, California, and asked its readers to keep an eye out for the distinctive vehicle. They did that and more. One found an ad for a DeLorean on Craigslist and asked seller "Mikey" to send him a photo of the odometer. Bingo: 636 miles, same as the stolen car. Another emailed transcripts of his communication with Mikey and yet another used Google Earth to pinpoint his location. At that point, the website got in touch with the owner, who informed police, and, voila, the car will soon be back where it belongs, says the update at Jalopnik. Police haven't released any information on charges for "Mikey" or provided details about the actual theft. Writes the owner's grateful nephew: "THANK YOU JALOPNIK and all my fellow JALOPS for finding the old girl!"