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SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A Flintstones mobile stolen from in front of a Sacramento comic book shop has been found, Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department investigators announced Monday.
Dave Downey, owner of World’s Best Comics in Sacramento, was the proud owner of a replica of a car from the cartoon “The Flintstones.” He says taken from in front of his Watt Avenue store in December.
Downey said the car, which is actually a raft, has wheels made of airtight metal drums, and the car weighed in at 200 pounds.
Concerned CBS13 viewers thought they found the car in a Folsom man’s front yard, but it turned out to be a Christmas decoration Mark Runyan made for himself.
Runyan said after the holidays though, he would donate the car to the comic book shop to replace the stolen one.