A teenager accused of taking state police SUV, used in crimes

NORTH BRUNSWICK, N. J. – State police say a 16-year-old boy stole an unmarked police SUV, a trooper house this past weekend in two robberies and theft of petrol at a service station.

The teenager was Wednesday arrested on numerous counts including burglary, theft and impersonating a police officer. His name was not released because of his age.

Authorities announced the arrest Thursday. Two issued weapons in the SUV when it was stolen Sunday found.

Authorities say the teenager stopped a truck driver on the Sunday morning and tried unsuccessfully to get the driver to pay a accelerated good. Later, he stopped two other vehicles and stole money from those drivers.

The teenager also allegedly led to the SUV at a gas station and left without paying.

The police has no attorney information for the teenager.

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