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A group of teenagers believed to be part of a Chicago-area organized crime ring broke into a luxury Range Rover dealership in Wisconsin last week and made off with nine cars worth a total of more than half a million dollars, they said. The authorities.

Surveillance video captured the moment nine masked suspects broke into the Jaguar-Land Rover dealership around 6 a.m. on Feb. 18 in Waukesha, about 19 miles west of Milwaukee.

Waukesha Police Capt. Dan Baumann told WISN-TV that the suspects broke into the dealership and found where the car keys were stored before activating the key fobs to locate each car they would steal.

“Kids today are becoming more and more brazen to go out, take a group like this and commit a crime like this,” Baumann said.


suspects running through the dealership

Police said the nine masked suspects are believed to be teenagers in a Chicago-area organized crime ring. (Waukesha Police Department)

The video also shows the suspects reversing a car inside the service center and smashing a service door into the parking lot before the nine cars leave the dealership in single file.

Car driving through the door of the dealership.

Surveillance footage captured a suspect driving a vehicle through a service gate. (Waukesha Police Department)

The nine high-end vehicles are valued at more than $583,000, Baumann said.

Police at the time said the suspects were believed to be “an organized criminal group of Chicago-area teenagers” and that most are known to members of a police task force in southern Wisconsin and northern Illinois.

Cars driving away from the dealership.

The nine luxury vehicles stolen from the dealership have a combined estimated value of more than $583,000. (Waukesha Police Department)

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A suspect, a 17-year-old Chicago boy, was arrested Sunday in the southern Wisconsin community of Pleasant Prairie after the stolen vehicle he was driving crashed along Interstate 94 during a police chase. the police said. He was being held in the Waukesha County Jail on $50,000 bail and faces charges of robbery, larceny and criminal damage to property, Baumann said.

Police in Wisconsin and Illinois were still searching Friday for the other eight suspects.


Six of the nine stolen vehicles have been recovered: four in Chicago, one in the Chicago suburb of Deerfield and one in Wisconsin after the highway crash that led to the 17-year-old’s arrest, according to police.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

By Sam