An examination was dispatched in September 2018 after an Audi Q7 was taken from a meet and welcome help close to Ringway.
Detectives said staff there were hoodwinked into accepting a man was associated with the Audi's proprietors and he drove away with the car.
Police later gave a CCTV still of the speculated hoodlum and pursued for observers to approach. The vehicle, last found in Great Harwood, close to Blackburn, was never recovered.
This examination prompted the capture and possible conviction of vehicle cheat Adam Waring, who asserted he had been approached to take the vehicle by an Asian man in a bookmakers in Bolton.
Waring said he had been offered £300 to do the burglary yet the Asian man later reneged on the deal.
Later Waring, who conceded to the robbery, was imprisoned for a considerable length of time at Manchester Crown Court.
Prosecutors likewise effectively applied for a seizure request, in the amount of £65,390. Assuming he was unable to discover the cash, he confronted eight extra month jail in default.
An application was made to the Court of Appeal to topple the seizure request, because Judge Patrick Field QC, who forced the assent, had blundered in law as Waring had just played out a help for a charge and not profited from the transaction.
His attorneys likewise battled that, under laws overseeing 'polluted gifts', it was unbalanced to make a seizure request agains their client.
But Lady Justice Simler, sitting with Mrs Jusrice Cheema-Grubb and Mr Justice Barker, excused Waring's appeal.
The Appeal Court heard Waring had distinguished his contact as a man called 'Arfan'. However, he had given no additional assistance on the best way to follow this man down.
In their judgment, Lady Justice Simler said: "The litigant can't yet have been completely mindful of the criminal plan where he was straightforwardly and fundamentally involved.
"Having taken the vehicle in what was, as the adjudicator portrayed, a bold burglary including cunning, modern and arranged as it was, there is no proof to propose something besides that he acquired outright force of attitude and power over it.
"He had no authoritative, moral or other obligation to move the vehicle to Arfan or anybody else."
The law rulers acknowledged that it may have been strange for examiners to look for a seizure request, in the conditions, and that might address "likely genuine difficulty" for Waring.
But in their decision, it was added: "This system is a serious one intended to empower or constrain the people who disperse the returns of wrongdoing into making great the misfortunes subsequently caused."