Bingo! This can be the golden ticket designation for a salvage auto. Basically, if a stolen car isn't recovered within three weeks — or in some cases, 30 days — the insurance company pays the original owner and writes the stolen car off as a total loss. If the car is found after that, it gets a salvage title — and it might not have any damage at all.
Then again, it might. And dealers aren't stupid — they expect to sell autos salvaged due to theft recovery at higher prices than a car salvaged due to damage.
Like any used car, and especially a used salvage car, be sure to have a theft recovery vehicle inspected by a reputable repair shop prior to purchase — it may have unseen damage.