Wow, that is insane. Like others have said, upgrade your security before they take advantage of breaking into your place. Did you happen to get the plate number of the "broke down" car?
Yo Key: Why a 9-iron? A sand wedge has more bounce.I would still call the police after the fact and report it. Describe what you saw and know. It may help someone in the neighborhood out who wasn't as lucky as you. If someone did that to me, I would hit 'em with a nine iron and dial 911.
It may have less to do with the Lambo and more to do with a nice home with expensive stuff in the garage. A stolen Lambo is a hard thing to move, but "what else in the garage and the house?" and "how easy is it to get to?" would be more my concern.Thank you everyone for the great advice. We've got a good security system, a dog with a vicious bark (but otherwise harmless, especially if you come bearing food), but I'm considering adding surveillance cameras outside of the home too. These are the things that I had never considered when I purchased the car.
Unannounced people walking into your garage at night = target practice opportunity!Conceal carry
You could have pumped that little old lady with lead