WAYLAND, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) — Two Lamborghini SUVs were found crashed in Malden Tuesday, hours after they were stolen from a Wayland dealership overnight.
Three suspects in the break-in are currently in custody, and police are still looking for at least one more.
It all began around 3 a.m. Tuesday, when Wayland Police responded to the Herb Chambers Lamborghini dealership on Route 20 after a burglar alarm was tripped. They found the front window had been smashed, and two Lamborghini Urus SUVs had been stolen.
The first officer heading to the scene of the break-in spotted the Lambourghini SUVs stopped side by side together with a Chevrolet Cruz at an Andrew Avenue intersection. The officer turned on his lights and tried to stop them; the Chevy pulled over, but the two Lambourghinis took off down Route 20, evading the responding officers.
Wayland Police said they arrested two juveniles, one from Malden and the other from Lynn, who were in the Chevrolet. They said neither of the pair had a driver's license.
The Lambourghinis showed up again in Malden five hours later, where Malden Police said they crashed into one another.
Wayland Police said Malden Police notified the department that they'd found the stolen vehicles—and that they arrested one suspect at the scene, while at least one other got away on foot.
Malden Police gave a more colorful description of the arrest on their Facebook page.
"At first glance, we thought it was two 'high rollers,' but they were later determined to be car thieves," the department wrote in the post. "After police intervention, one man ran so fast from one of the stolen vehicles, he didn’t have time to put on a shirt; he was quick, but not quick enough."
In a statement, Herb Chambers Companies spokesperson George K. Regan thanked police for their "quick response and outstanding work."
"Our technology resources were helpful in this case and we will continue to work with and support investigators as the case moves forward," Regan said.
The vehicles were towed away from the scene around 9:30 a.m. Police were patrolling neighborhoods in Malden Tuesday, combing through back yards looking for the suspect.
WBZ NewsRadio's James Rojas (@JamesRojasWBZ) reports