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Three teens charged after four cars stolen moments before wild crash



Three teenagers have been charged after four cars were allegedly stolen from the same home, with one later crashing into a concrete wall in Sydney's north-west.

The teenagers allegedly stole two Mercedes, a Kia and a Volvo from a home in Kellyville about 2am on last Thursday.

Just 15 minutes later, a Mercedes AMG allegedly crossed multiple lanes of traffic before smashing through a reinforced concrete wall on Windsor Road near Barina Downs Road in Norwest.

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Police said they attended the scene after the crash but no one was in the Mercedes, which was severely damaged.

Officers executed two separate search warrants at properties in Constitution Hill on Sunday.

"At a property on May Street, police arrested two teenage boys, both aged 16, who were taken to Merrylands Police Station," police said.

"During the search, police located and seized car keys and mobile phones."

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A luxury car has ploughed through a concrete wall and left a scene of destruction in Sydney's Norwest.

During a second search at another Constitution Hill home on Killylea Way, a 15-year-old boy was arrested.

The three boys were charged with a total of 21 offences including aggravated break and enter, car theft charges and participating in a criminal group.

All of the boys have been granted conditional bail and will face the Children's Court this month.

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