DETROIT (AP) -- Police say a Chevrolet Camaro used in promotions for pizza chain Papa John's has been found after it was among three vehicles stolen from around a Detroit-area event showcasing classic cars.
Officer Shanelle Williams says the vehicle was found Monday in Detroit. She says a truck and trailer were recovered Sunday.
A spokesman for the Louisville, Kentucky-based pizza company says the striped black-and-gold vehicle is a replica of the 1971 Camaro Z28 owned and later sold by founder John Schnatter to help his father's tavern in Indiana.
Schnatter received $2,800 for the original Camaro. He used the money to save the family business and launch Papa John's.
The replica was displayed for the Woodward Dream Cruise on Saturday in suburban Detroit.
This story has been corrected to show that the stolen car was a replica of the Camaro Z28 owned by John Schnatter.