Crime

Mar 11, 2013 1:37 PM by Elaine Sheridan

Multiple crashes could be linked to stolen vehicle

Aurora Police believe a string of Monday morning accidents across the metro area may be related to a vehicle theft.

According to our sister station KUSA, at 7:17 a.m., one of the first crashes was confirmed at Tower Road and East Evans Avenue. Police say the car involved was a vehicle stolen from a gas station at Smoky Hill Road and Picadilly Street.

The suspect then was in another accident on 6th Avenue and Del Mar Circle, where he fled on foot. At 6th Avenue and Toledo Street, the suspect stole a tow truck.

In the tow truck, he crashed into cars at Lowry Boulevard and Yosemite Street. He was also involved in a four car accident on Colfax Avenue and Perry Street.

The suspect was arrested in Boulder. Accident injuries are unknown.

 

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