The stolen yellow Lamborghini owned by "Minute to Win It" host and Food Network personality Guy Fieri has been found more than a year after it was stolen.
The luxury vehicle once driven by the host of "Diners, Driveins and Dives" was found inside a storage unit in Port Richmond according to officials.
The storage unit belonged to a 17-year-old who was arrested Saturday on suspicion of shooting into an unoccupied car in Mill Valley earlier this month, according to the Marin County Sheriff's Office.
It was not immediately clear if the teen was arrested on charges of car theft.
Fieri's stolen car, valued at $200,000, made headlines last March, when it was ripped off from the British Motor Car Distributors dealership on Van Ness Avenue in San Francisco.
At the time, surveillance video obtained from the Golden Gate Bridge and the city of Tiburon showed the Lamborghini riding off from the dealerhip, but the car wasn't discovered until Saturday when Marin County sheriff's detectives stumbled into the storage unit.
Maggie McKeon, Fieri's spokesperson said she didn't have an immediate comment, and she was looking into the recovery of the chef's car.
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