West Allis police seek five suspects after two vehicles stolen from dealership in the middle of the night

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West Allis Police Department

WEST ALLIS — West Allis police are seeking five suspects after an auto dealership was broken into on S. 108th Street early Wednesday morning, October 28th, and vehicles were stolen.

It was around 5:00 a.m. Wednesday when, while on patrol, officers located a shattered door at the business. They soon learned five suspects had broken into the auto dealership.

The suspects removed keys from the dealership, and stole two vehicles from the lot.

It is believed the break-in and theft occurred around 12:15 a.m.

The suspects are described as appearing to be in their late teens/early 20s, with thin builds. They were wearing hooded sweatshirts.

The vehicles stolen from the dealership are described as a black 2007 Honda CRV and a black 2008 Toyota RAV 4.

The vehicles do not have Wisconsin license plates.

At this time, police say the vehicles have not been recovered and no suspects have been taken into custody.

If you have information that could help police in this case, you’re asked to give them a call.

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  • Striker

    Give these kids a break, they didn’t choose to be born into a life of poverty, robbin and stealin’ They were taught that it doesn’t matter. phuq whitey, where’s my hood rat?
    Is it? Is it really THAT shocking? Really? You have good kids coming from whole families not some broken home where the kid doesn’t even know his dad. This kids should know better, I expect more out of them. They should be demonstrating how to behave in a decent society. I mean, if they don’t know no better because of how they were brought up then it’s on whoever kept these geniuses alive for so long until they could rob and steal and live off of us.

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