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Three 15-year-old boys steal luxury cars and Apple devices

By Mason White 6:42 PM March 23, 2017
Luxury car (illustration)
Luxury car (illustration)
By: Mason White

Police busted a group of teenage boys who stole multiple luxury cars and burglarized several homes, according to police in Australia.

Victoria police said that they have arrested three teenage boys, following an alleged series of aggravated burglaries in the north west suburbs last Sunday.

A Frankston boy, Wyndham boy, and Footscray West boy, all aged 15, were slapped with 82 charges between them, including aggravated burglary, attempted burglary, home invasion, assault and theft of motor vehicle.

The three suspects were remanded into custody, and will face a children’s court at a later date.

The incidents allegedly occurred at a number of homes in Maribyrnong, Airport West, Truganina, and Hillside, between 2:45 a.m. and 5:25 a.m.

Detectives from the Maribyrnong Crime Investigation Unit are investigating the incidents, and believe a number of other people may also have been involved.

The investigation remains ongoing.

Investigators believe the boys forced their way into the homes, and stole mobile phones and an iPad as well as a number of vehicles.

The vehicles were identified as a 2014 Black Porsche Cayenne with plate number ADJ 803, a 2014 Black VW Golf with plate number ADA 533, a 2016 Subaru Outback with plate number 1IC4SG, a 2009 Black Audi Q7, and a 2009 Grey Audi Q7.

The black and grey Audis have been recovered. One of the victims sustained minor injuries to their upper body during one of the robberies.