Guy Fieri's amazingly flamboyant yellow Lamborghini, which readers will remember was boosted from a tony showroom on Van Ness last year, turned up this weekend in a storage unit rented out by a teenager wanted on a separate gun charge. Investigators from the Marin County Sheriff's department discovered the vehicle after arresting the 17-year-old suspect on suspicion of shooting in to an occupied car in Mill Valley on April 13th.

No one was harmed in the April shooting, aside from some cuts from the shattered glass, but the incident eventually led investigators to check out the storage unit their suspect kept in Point Richmond. Fieri's fierce ride was last spotted on traffic cameras crossing over the Golden Gate Bridge and joyriding through Tiburon. This morning, SFPD confirmed that the vehicle was, in fact, the very same one that formerly belonged to the celebrity chef with the penchant for wearing his sunglasses backwards.

Fieri, who was unavailable for comment on Bay City News' report today, has since moved on to arguably douchier vehicles in the year since his $200,000 Lambo went missing. His car collection now includes one incredibly obnoxious-looking monster truck.

Previously: Guy Fieri’s Yellow Lamborghini Stolen from Van Ness Showroom, All Guy Fieri coverage on SFist.