Two men arrested over Hummer H3 theft in the US
Two men, one aged just 15, have been arrested in Arizona on suspicion of theft of a luxury hummer limo in the US state.
The black Hummer H3 limousine was stolen from a private residence following a burglary. A number of items were taken from the property following the break-in including jewellery, electronics and the state of the art hummer limo.
The police received a tip-off as to the whereabouts of the stolen vehicle after it was seen leaving a store in Gilbert, Arizona, following a theft of lottery tickets from the shop. The suspects who were believed to have taken the lotto tickets were seen making their getaway in the black hummer.
The authorities pursued the hummer limo for several miles before the occupants of the vehicle got out and tried to flee the scene on foot.
One 20-year-old man named as Michael Blevins and a 15-year-old male who has not been named for legal reasons were arrested at the scene. Blevins is accused of felony theft and theft of means of transportation. The 15-year-old has is facing the same aforementioned charges, plus a charge of criminal damage and trespass.
The stolen hummer H3 and the lottery tickets were recovered by the police at the scene.