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A 14-year-old boy was arrested Sunday evening after allegedly stealing and crashing a car in Concord, police said. Police received a report around 6:50 p.m. Sunday of a car stolen from the parking lot of the Burger King restaurant at 3399 Port Chicago Highway, Lt. Tim Runyon said. The car belonged to an employee of the Burger King, who got into a co-worker’s car and followed the thief as he sped away from the restaurant.
The employee witnessed the thief crash her car. He and two other teen boys then exited the car and fled the area on foot, Runyon said. Police caught up to the driver of the car after a brief foot chase. He was cited and released to the custody of a guardian.
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