Jason Jones Autocentre - Subaru confirms it is also owed money
CAR firm Subaru has confirmed it is one of the dozens of creditors owed money by Jason Jones Autocentre.
The garage, at Shuthonger, near Tewkesbury, went into administration last month.
Now Subaru says it has seized five new vehicles it had at the site because of the sudden closure of the business.
Spokesman Robin Bartlett said: "We have seized the stock from the premises. The cars are back in storage and will be reallocated within our network."
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He said Subaru was owed a "small amount" of money by Jason Jones Autocentre (JJA) but could not say how much it was.
The garage was on the A38 and had a showroom, forecourt, service and MOT area. As well as offering brand new Subaru cars for sale, it sold used cars too.
About 20 vehicles went under the hammer at Asset Management Services Auctions in Leckhampton on Tuesday.
A further 30 cars were repossessed by a finance company – with the full extent of money owed by JJA still being calculated. Eight workers were made redundant when the garage closed.
Administrator Hazlewoods said about 50 people were owed money.
Last month, Mr Jones claimed he had put the business into administration because work stress was affecting his health.