The new car has a brand-new license plate, the same one that belonged to a former employee of the company, according to an investigation by Recode.
Recode first reported the story on Monday.
The company has since posted the story online.
The story says that a former Uber driver used a stolen Social Security number to buy a new Nissan Leaf.
Uber says it’s investigating the story.
Recodes story notes that the company’s chief financial officer told investigators that he had used the stolen Social Service number to open a new vehicle for Uber.
Recoded has reached out to Uber for comment.
The news comes just days after Recode revealed that the same car had been used by a former engineer who left Uber for a different company, and that he used the same stolen Social Services number to make multiple purchases, including a $2,500 car.
Recoding previously reported that the former employee used a similar Social Security numbers to buy at least five cars.