Police seek suspects after stolen vehicle struck parked cars near Sherman & Congress

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MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police are investigating a crash involving a stolen vehicle that happened near Sherman and Congress on Tuesday, May 31st.

It happened shortly before 4:00 p.m.

Police say a stolen, black Toyota Rav4 struck two parked vehicles — causing damage.

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Several suspects then fled from the Rav4.

No one was hurt in this incident.

MPD is seeking the suspects.

1 Comment

  • Klaatu

    The city should just save the tax payers money and reduce the Police staff by one half. Don’t get me wrong, the Cops do an excellent job catching the thieves, carjackers, rapists, etc, but the DA and judges just let the criminals go afterwards – so why expend resources to catch them in the first place? Keep a skeleton crew of Police on hand to issue traffic citations, DUI arrests, domestic abuse calls / citations and appearances at various public protests……the Cops would probably make a better salary if they quit the force and started their own Security Business, hired themselves out to protect banks, car dealerships and dollar stores…..they’re already firearm certified.

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