Three cars from a Warwick Township auto dealership and two dashboards from a Penn Township auto dealership have been reported as stolen.
Northern Lancaster County Regional Police Department responded on Sept. 18 to a reported theft of several vehicles from the sales lot of a Warwick Township dealership. The vehicles stolen include an orange 2020 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat valued at $77,998, a black 2022 Dodge Charger Scat Pack Widebody valued at $65,992, and a black 2021 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat with brass monkey wheels valued at $83,991.
The location on the incident report indicates that the thefts occurred at Keller Bros. Dodge Ram, on N. Broad St. in Lititz.
In 2018, four vehicles, worth over $220,000, were stolen from the same dealership.
A second attempted theft was reported when police responded to a Penn Township auto dealership for a reported forced entry to two vehicles parked on the lot of the dealership. A smashed window entry was made upon two Dodge Challengers. The dashboards had been ripped out of both vehicles.
The incidents are connected to numerous ongoing investigations regarding vehicle thefts.