WILMINGTON, Del. - Delaware State Police say two teenagers set out on a one-day crime spree that involved two stolen cars, a home invasion and police pursuit.
It all began when two 15-year-old boys crashed a car reported stolen from Smyrna, Delaware, in Atlantic City just before 10 a.m. Saturday.
The teens then invaded a nearby home, holding its residents at gunpoint before stealing a white Porsche and other items, police say.
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As the suspects fled towards Delaware, state police began receiving reports of from I-95 southbound near Route 202.
Delaware State Police located the stolen vehicle near the 3000 block of Old Capital Trail, and set up a perimeter.
Both teens ran from the vehicle, attempting to flee. They were taken into custody after a brief foot pursuit.
They were both charged with stolen property and resisting arrest.