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At Least 1 LAPD Cruiser Allegedly Stolen by Cadets Was Driven Significant Number of Miles: Source

The car chases ended in separate crashes. One of two pursuits involving stolen police cruisers is seen on June 14, 2017. 33.989112
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At Least 1 LAPD Cruiser Allegedly Stolen by Cadets Was Driven Significant Number of Miles: Source

One of two pursuits involving stolen police cruisers is seen on June 14, 2017. The high mileage suggests the teens drove the black-and-white patrol car for a fairly lengthy distance, and investigators are trying to determine what the teens were doing with the vehicles as well as where they went.