It was captured by Britsh troops. Ususaly this kind of examination comes with several detaild photo's, but only 3 turned up so far. I saw it first in the book "German Half tracked vehicles of WW II van John Milsom (Arms and armor press 1975) in 2 pictures.
It bares the British marks "WVEE 1573" meaning Wheeled Vehicle Enemy Equipement, number 1573. The third picture is poor, and is used in an extremely reworked version for Allied vehicle identification information (picture four). It even has it's missing front fender redrawn.
The driving sprocket is smaller than the ones in other pictures.