DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa.– Three juveniles are confronting charges after revelation to a fibre of automobile thefts in Harrisburg.
Between Mar 1 and Mar 8, there were 14 reported stolen vehicles, 12 of that were left using and unattended with keys in a ignition. Of a stolen vehicles, 12 have already been recovered.
On Mar 8 around 7:00 a.m., military were dispatched to a 1900 retard of Rudy Road for a reported stolen Honda Odyssey, that was left using and unattended.
The plant told military that she celebrated a immature masculine run adult to a car and rush eastward on Rudy Road.
At approximately 7:45 a.m., military located a stolen car in a area of S. 19th and Walnut Streets. The car parked in a 1800 retard of Apricot Street and a occupants fled, with one celebrated removing onto a propagandize bus.
After contacting a propagandize and receiving notice footage from a bus, 3 juveniles were identified as a occupants of a stolen vehicle.
While being interviewed by police, a contingent certified to hidden a vehicle.