Four Framingham Teens Charged With Stealing Luxury Cars

BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — Four teenagers are accused of breaking through a fence at a Framingham car auction yard and driving off with several luxury cars, the Metro West Daily News reports.

Police say 18-year old Alan Garcia of Framingham, and three other teens, stole a Maserati, an Audi, a Mercedes, and Dodge Ram pick-up truck. A BMW is still missing.

The incident started Wednesday morning when someone at Adesa Car Auction on Western Avenue discovered the missing vehicles. Police were called and their investigation showed that someone drove through a fence while the rest of the cars were driven out.

The Mercedes was found that same day parked downtown, while the Maserati, Audi, and the Dodge Ram pick-truck were found Thursday at the Greenview Street apartments parking lot. Police say Garcia and a second teenager were sleeping in the truck, then took off when police came. With police following, they crashed the truck into a fence near the Framingham Armory on Concord Street.

All four teens are facing multiple charges including larceny of a vehicle, resisting arrest, and disorderly conduct.

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