As reported in the Evening Times last week, the stolen Ford Fiesta smashed into an electricity junction box near Kinning Park Subway station at around 12.40am on Friday.
The crash caused a 12-hour power cut affecting the underground station, around 40 homes and a nursery nearby.
The driver of the car fled the scene before the wrecked car was removed.
Police launched a probe to try and trace the driver.
They say no-one had been arrested yet and officers are appealing for witnesses and information.
The 28-year-old owner of the car said she only found out about what happened after reading our story on the Evening Times website on Friday.
The thieves had targeted the home she shares with her boyfriend in Baillieston in the early hours of Thursday.
The beautician said she was now living in fear and hasn't been able to sleep properly for almost a week, following the break-in.
She said: "The police traced my car but I didn't realise it was involved in that crash near the station.
"I felt sick when I realised it was my car.
"It was my first car and I hate the feeling that someone or some people have broken into our first home and stolen the car."
The victim, who asked not to be named, said she had been sleeping upstairs in her home when the thieves struck.
Her boyfriend, who was struggling to sleep, was playing a computer game and thought he heard a faint noise early in the morning.
However, he did not suspect anyone was in the house and went to bed.
The next morning the couple found that their front door, which had been locked the night before, was open and their car had disappeared.
Other missing items included an expensive camera, several jackets, a wallet with cash and irreplaceable photographs.
In total more than £2000 worth of possessions were swiped from their home.
The beautician said a kitchen knife had also been removed from its block and placed elsewhere in the room.
She said: "I am sickened by the thought that they picked up a knife.
"I think my boyfriend disturbed them by getting up and moving around, even though he didn't know there was anyone else in the house.
"I can't sleep, I've not been able to rest since.
"Every time I hear a noise I panic and think they've come back."
The couple are urging anyone who saw or heard anything suspicious in the Baillieston area, near to Easterhouse Railway Station, in the early hours of Thursday, to get in touch with police.
The woman said: "I hope people are being vigilant and if anyone knows anything, please tell the police."
A spokeswoman from Police Scotland said: "Anyone with information should contact the non-emergency number 101, and ask for Easterhouse Police Office."