Blake Corum’s car stolen from Ann Arbor parking garage

One of the most recognizable faces in Ann Arbor is apparently not immune to being the subject of major crimes.

On Tuesday, it was revealed Michigan football running back Blake Corum’s recognizable car was stolen from a parking garage in town on Jan. 16.

Corum has been able to make some outstanding purchases, but one of his prized possessions, a 2017 Camaro, was a gift from his parents, he said. It was stolen recently from the parking garage outside his Ann Arbor residence. He filed a police report for the missing vehicle.

The snow-camo-wrapped 2017 Camaro, complete with BC2 logo (short for Blake Corum and his jersey number), is believed to be white under the camo wrap, Virginia plate UHW4565. Anyone with a tip please call 734-794-6939 or email tips@a2gov.org

Corum also had his All-American helmet and other University of Michigan clothing inside the vehicle. That’s missing as well. He last drove the car Jan. 16.

Corum’s Camaro has been about as recognizable as its driver, given its signature camouflage look while being emblazoned with Corum’s ‘BC’ logo. The senior tailback has featured his car in many of his social media posts, especially with some of his NIL sponsorships.

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If you have any information or spot Corum’s vehicle, authorities can be reached via the phone number or e-mail above.

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Story originally appeared on Wolverines Wire