San Diego police found the 2007 Chevy Corvette in the 700 block of East San Ysidro Boulevard at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday. It was impounded and will be processed for evidence.
A parking attendant at the International Parking Lot told Fox 5 several San Diego Police officers showed up at the lot Tuesday afternoon to check for a silver corvette. After it had been spotted, homicide detectives were called in to confirm the vehicle belonged to Green.
Surveillance video from the parking lot shows Green entering the lot wearing a blue striped shirt. He hands cash to the attendant and proceeds into the lot. In the video it appears he changes his shirt from the trunk of his car, and he is seen walking out of the International Parking Lot wearing a darker colored shirt with a dark colored baseball cap.
Authorities have been searching for 40-year-old Green since Saturday when his 37-year-old wife Tressa Green was found dead in the 9600 block of Business Park Avenue. It was believed Green was driving around in his silver Corvette convertible with California license plates 5YGE642, investigators said.
About 10 miles from the Scripps Ranch location, a woman found a gun belonging to Green in Marina Bear Park, along the 52 Freeway.
Green, who is considered armed and dangerous, was described as a white man, 5- foot-10 tall, with brown hair and brown eyes.
First responders found his wife with multiple gunshot wounds to her stomach. Life-saving measures were performed but she succumbed to her injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene, police said.