Grandmaster Flash's Custom Dodge Charger Given Away to Stranger by Parking Attendant

PHOTO: Grandmaster Flash performs on stage for James Lavelles Meltdown at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, June 13, 2014, in London.Andy Sheppard/Getty Images
Grandmaster Flash performs on stage for James Lavelle's Meltdown at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, June 13, 2014, in London.

Grandmaster Flash has filed a police report noting that his car has been stolen.

The deejay, 57, wrote on Instagram that he parked his custom Dodge Charger, called "The Ghost," in a Manhattan garage last week, and two hours later, returned to find that the attendant gave away the vehicle to someone else.

"The car attendant says, 'OMG I've given your car to someone else by accident with no ID, no license,'" he wrote on Instagram. "He didn't even ask him to describe the car or its contents. He said the guy looks like me."

Grandmaster Flash, whose real name is Joseph Saddler, filed a police report on July 16 at 10:15 p.m., about three hours after the incident took place, according to Sgt. Carlos Nieves, a representative for the NYPD. The crime has been categorized as grand larceny auto.

An employee at the garage confirmed the report to ABC News and added that the attendant who gave away Flash's car has been terminated. However, as of last evening, the car, which contained three boxes of vinyl records in the trunk, had yet to be returned.

"How is this possible?" Flash asked on Instagram.