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3 Teen girls arrested after food delivery driver’s car stolen

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NEWINGTON — Police arrested three teenage girls in connection with the theft Sunday of a food delivery driver’s car.

Police said around 8:10 p.m., they responded to the Wings Over Newington restaurant, 1044 Main Street for a report of a stolen motor vehicle.

Police said when they arrived, they found a delivery driver’s vehicle had been stolen while the driver was inside picking up food orders.  The driver said as he exited the restaurant, he saw his car being driven out of the parking lot.

Officers saw the car being driven northbound on Main Street and stopped it, finding three teen girls inside.  Two of the females were 15-years-old and one was 16.

Two of the females live in Hartford and one lives in West Hartford. One of the teens was also in possession of marijuana, according to police.

The three were arrested and charged with larceny, conspiracy to commit larceny, and a drug charge for the female in possession.  They were processed and turned over to the custody of their guardians.

All three juvenile females are expected to appear in juvenile court in Hartford on Friday.

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