Bill Aydin’s Ferrari is back in his garage.
Jennifer Aydin revealed that her husband’s red sports car was found Monday, hours after three men stole it from the couple’s Paramus, NJ, home.
“Update: They found the car! I don’t have details but thank you to the authorities and all fans and friends who used their outlet and networks to help find this car!” she wrote on her Instagram Story.
Neither Jennifer nor the Paramus Police Department immediately responded to Page Six’s requests for comment.
The “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star took to social media Sunday night to ask her followers who live in the area for their help finding the 2016 Ferrari California, valued at nearly $200,000.
Jennifer, 44, and Bill, 43, had been out of town when the robbers entered their garage just before 11 pm However, four of the pair’s five kids, Jennifer’s parents, a nanny and an au pair were all home during the incident.
Jennifer told Page Six that her oldest son, Justin, who was gone and came back right after the suspects fled, knew something odd had happened after he came home to see “all of [the] garage doors” were open.
“It was his instinct to go chase after them, and gratefully, my mom encouraged him to let it go,” she told us. “I’m so grateful that he did not show up to the house 30 seconds earlier to cross their paths.
“Him driving up with his Tesla would have blocked them from leaving. And who knows what they would’ve done in that moment. They could have wanted to hurt him so that they could take his car, a Tesla. Or if they were armed, maybe something much worse.”
Aydin posted security footage from a camera inside her garage that showed a man running in, stealing three pairs of shoes and handing them to the two other suspects. He then got in the driver’s seat of the Ferrari, found the keys, turned on the car and backed out.
“The suspects got into a car in the driveway, which had an electronic garage-door opener inside. It’s one of those [openers] that clips on the visor,” Paramus Police Chief Kenneth Ehrenburg told NJ.com. “They used the garage door opener to get into the garage, and they got the Ferrari.”
Jennifer echoed this theory, telling us that her plastic surgeon husband had forgotten “to lock the doors” of his BMW parked in the driveway, which did indeed have a garage opener inside, before they left for Miami.