Two Lamborghini Urus cars which were stolen at night from a Wayland dealership were involved in a crash in Malden.
At around 3 a.m on February 25, the police got a call about a break-in at the Herb Chambers Lamborghini showroom on Boston Post Road. The robbers smashed the glass with a rock to break in the dealership. They stole two Lamborghinis, each of which was priced at about $200,000 (around INR 1,44 crore, and a Chevy Cruze. The officer managed to get to the dealership immediately and was able to catch the Cruze on the spot but could not catch the two sports SUVs. The two people who were in Cruze were caught and taken to the Wayland Police Headquarters.
The two Lamborghini Urus cars stolen in Wayland were found crashed in Malden
Later, when Malden police were informed of the two cars racing in the city at high speeds, a patrol car started to follow them. Eventually, when the patrol car caught the Lamborghinis, the two cars had collided into each other on Charles and Pear Streets. A black Urus had crashed into a red Kia Soul’s rear. Since the white Urus was following too early the black one and had no time to evade, it also crashed into the rear of his friend. The occupant of the Kia Sould was taken to hospital to treat the injuries. Two people who were driving the Urus cars tried to escape but only one managed to do so. One suspect got caught. He is Elijah McKinney, an 18-year-old boy. He is said to have two sets of Lamborgini keys when being caught by the police.
The two stolen Lamborghini Urus cars were found crashed into each other.