Teens crash stolen car on San Antonio’s south side
SAN ANTONIO, TX – Investigators with the San Antonio Police Department are searching for two teens responsible for crashing a stolen vehicle south of downtown Friday morning.
According to KSAT, the suspects stole the vehicle from a female driver at a gas station near I-37 and Fair Avenue at about 6:00 a.m.
Moments after the suspects got away with the vehicle, police located the crashed vehicle near the intersection of West Southcross Boulevard and Tupper Avenue. A witness said the suspects ran a stop sign then clipped a pickup truck before coming to rest on the sidewalk.
Luckily, no one was hurt as a direct result of the crash. However, two vehicles sustained significant damage.
Both suspects escaped on foot. No information regarding their identities has been released.
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