NASCAR driver Keselowski victim of break-in | Crime
SALISBURY - The Rowan County Sheriff's Department is investigating a break-in at the race shop of NASCAR star Brad Keselowski.
Keselowski owns a race shop at 380 Performance Drive in western Rowan near the Iredell line.
According to the report someone broke into a 1999 Featherlite race car hauler by prying open the doors and removing tie down straps.
Deputies noted that though were several other items in the trailer, only the $20 tie downs were taken. Damage to the trailer was estimated at $400.
The break-in was reported on Thursday morning.
Keselowski drives the #2 Penske Racing Dodge on the Sprint Cup Series. He has one win in Sprint Cup racing and 12 wins in the Nationwide Series.
The Rowan County shop is home to Keselowski's Camping World Truck Series team.
The sheriff's report also indicates another break-in at the location next to Keselowski's. Turner Motorsports reported a break-in to a car trailer on the property at 306 Performance Drive.
There are several race shops in the industrial park on Performance Drive.