SF police detain teens who allegedly stole, crashed vehicle

Police tracked down and detained teen carjacking suspects who stole a vehicle and then crashed it in San Francisco on Monday night, police said.

At 11:48 p.m., San Francisco police announced on Twitter that the teens had stolen an SUV, then crashed it at Third Street and Burke Avenue in The City’s Bayview District. The suspects then ran from the scene, police said.

Officers later tracked down the suspects. One of them had suffered injuries in the crash, police said.

Further details about the case were not immediately available.

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