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Hayward police investigate daring theft at car lot
HAYWARD, Calif. (KGO) -- Police are investigating a daring theft at a Hayward car lot that happened overnight -- someone broke in and stole 12 cars.
The owner of Auto World on Mission Boulevard says four men in hoodies broke into the lot between one and four Monday morning.
They forced open the gate, then broke into the office and took the keys to several cars and drove them off the lot. One of them was found down the street.
The owner says the cars are worth about $200,000.
Authorities plan to review the surveillance video taken from several cameras on the lot.
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