Police: 3 KC teens face charges after breaking into STL dealership and stealing multiple cars

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ST. PETERS, Mo. — Three teenagers from the Kansas City area are facing charges, and two more are being sought, after allegedly breaking into a suburban St. Louis car dealership and stealing four cars.

KMOV-TV  reports that the crime happened around 1:30 a.m. Friday at the Napleton dealership in St. Peters. Officers saw four vehicles, a Dodge Challenger and three Dodge Chargers, driving on the lot at a high rate of speed before traveling onto Veterans Memorial Parkway.

Three of the four cars crashed and were damaged. One of the Chargers is still missing.

Three suspects ages 16 to 19 are charged with second-degree burglary, stealing a motor vehicle and other counts. Two more suspects remain at large.

Police say the suspects broke into the dealership to steal the vehicle keys.

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