Springs police 11 News that they are investigating Springs Transmission and Automotive Service’s business practices.
That’s near Platte and Chelton.
Police tell us the crime lab is at the scene because they need to take pictures.
11 News spoke with several angry customers who came to the lot to get their cars back.
"I've had over 2,000 dollars of stuff stolen out of my car," said customer Duane Mattes.
Mattes says his car has been at Springs Automotive and Transmission for months and isn't fixed.
Daniel Gonzalez is also frustrated. He tells 11 News he spent thousands of dollars to get his truck fixed. He's unhappy with the mess he found inside his truck when he came to pick it up.
"There's grease all over the seat belt," said Gonzalez. "I don't smoke and there were ashes in the passenger side, ashes in the back of the car."
You may remember KKTV 11 news reporter Betty Sexton did a Call For Action report after customers from Springs Transmission called us and said they were having trouble picking up their vehicles after dropping them off for repairs. The owner was eventually taken to court.
No roads are blocked in the area.
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