2 Maine Teens Who Stole 8 Cars Caught Breaking Into 9th, Police Say

July 1, 2016

State police say two 15-year-old boys stole eight cars and caused $50,000 in damage to some of the vehicles and the Litchfield Fairgrounds.

The Kennebec Journal reported that police say the teenagers, of Farmingdale and Whitefield, were arrested Wednesday after they were caught trying to steal a ninth car.

They face charges including felony theft.

Police said the cars were stolen over the course of a week. The thefts began June 21. Seven were taken from a Farmingdale used car dealer. One was stolen from a resident at the Foggy Bottom Campground.

Police said one of the cars was later found inside one of the buildings at the Litchfield Fairgrounds. Evidence shows it had been used to ram the gate and damaged some of the fields.

Topics Law Enforcement Maine

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