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Three Union City teens charged in 'extreme vandalism'
UNION CITY, Calif. (KGO) -- Three Union City teenagers are under arrest and charged with what police are calling "extreme vandalism."
They're accused of breaking the windows and burglarizing 32 cars parked Thursday night in an underground garage at 24 Union Square Drive. Police say the suspects, a 16-year-old and two 14-year-olds, seemed to target expensive cars like a Ferrari.
"The sergeant who went out there said it was the worst scene he's ever had with so many cars broken into, 32 vehicles. We've never had this number before," Lt. Kelly Musgrove told ABC7 News.
The three teenage suspects have been released to their parents. They face charges including burglary, vandalism, and auto theft.
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