The quoted website states that two of them were discovered abandoned on the I-75, in Brownstown Township and Southgate, and one had a mashed-up face, presumably from the close encounter of the third kind with the gate. Two more cars remain in the wild, and both of them have a black paint finish, apparently. Those who know anything about the incident and/or possible locations of the other two are encouraged to reach out to the police.
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