Graham Norton's stolen Lexus has been recovered after thieves broke into his home to steal the keys earlier this month.
The TV and radio presenter announced the theft on his BBC Radio 2 show and also took to Twitter to encourage fans to help out, by creating the hashtag '#findgrahamscar'.
Eventually though, it was the vehicle's stolen vehicle recovery unit, operated by Tracker, which helped police to locate the vehicle.
The Lexus hybrid 4x4 was eventually found in Wandsworth.
Norton noted: "I thought we might have foiled the thieves through the power of Twitter, but luckily with the Tracker device, we rescued my car from the hands of the thieves.
"It was shocking to think that the criminals break into your home and steal your keys."
At the time of the theft, the comic admitted it had taken him an hour before he realised his car had been stolen. He also jokingly offered fans a £5 reward if they manage to locate it.