What do you do when the bumper cars in the local tivoli becomes too monotonous?
It gave the four young people from Texas, the UNITED states, the other day their own, unique bid on, when they broke in with a car dealership in Houston. It is unclear what their intention has been to break into, but certain it is, however, that the cars, the udser, never leave the dealer's parking lot with burglars behind the wheel.
instead, decide the intruders, who are respectively 14 and 16 years old, apparently, to transform the parking lot into an oversized radiobilsforlystelse. They find the keys to a few cars and then begins to run rambukkørsel against the other vehicles.
On the way, they manage four young people damaging over 20 vehicles, before the police comes. This applies, among other exclusive models like the Dodge Challenger, Corvette Z06, Ford Mustang and Porsche 911, and the total damage is estimated by the same reason to run up in about 5.2 million. crowns.
The writing medium Motor1, which cites the Houston Chronicle.
The local politikonstabel Mark Hermann has published a number of images of the destruction on its Facebook page.
While the retailer's lime green Dodge Challenger and the red Ford Mustang has suffered almost irreparable damage, looking at the Corvette as Porsche seems to have slipped mercifully from stuntet.
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According to the Motor1, Mark Hermann, in an interview at the tv station KPRC Houston said that it is the most destructive misconduct ', with clearly lacked respect for the vehicles and property', as he has seen in his 33 years of work.
On Facebook explains politikonstablen further, that the four young burglars take the escape on foot when the police arrive. It does not appear how long they have had to destroy the cars, but all four will be relatively quickly obtained and arrested.
Burglars are now charged for the vandalism of the first degree and remand in a juvenile prison. Here, the risk, at worst, to be condemned to to be. Had they been adults, would vandalism of the first degree have given between 5 and 99 years in prison in Texas.