WAUKESHA, Wis. (AP) — A group of teenagers believed to be from the Chicago area broke into a luxury car dealership in Wisconsin and took nine vehicles valued at more than half a million dollars, police said.

Sunday’s robbery at a Jaguar-Land Rover dealership in Waukesha was captured on surveillance camera footage that shows nine masked suspects entering the dealership before each left in a car in the city about 19 miles (30 .5 kilometers) west of Milwaukee.

The video also shows a car reversed and crashed into an overhead service door.

Waukesha Police Capt. Dan Baumann said the suspects broke into the dealership around 6 a.m. Sunday, found where the car keys were stored and then activated those key fobs to find the cars they stole.

“Nine guys came out and were looking for keys. “A person finds out where the keys were hidden and then begins to spread them among his friends,” Baumann told WISN-TV.

The nine vehicles are valued at more than $583,000, he said.

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. 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 said Sunday that the suspects are believed to be “a group of organized crime teenagers from the Chicago area.”

Baumann said Friday that all or most of the teen suspects are known to members of a police task force in southern Wisconsin and northern Illinois and that police in that two-state region were still searching Friday for the other eight suspects.

Six of the nine stolen vehicles were 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, he said.

By Sam