A 13-year-old Lincoln boy was referred to the Lancaster County Attorney's Office after police found him walking away from a stolen Range Rover early Sunday morning.
Officer Erin Spilker said police were called just before 3 a.m. to the area of Northwest 53rd Street and West St. Paul Avenue about vehicles racing in the area.
They got there to see a Range Rover and a GMC pickup take off but terminated the pursuit because of dangerous driving. Police later learned both had been stolen after being left parked in front of a home nearby, unlocked, with the keys inside.
Spilker said another officer coming into the area found the Range Rover and the teenager, who gave a false name. They learned he had been reported missing April 13 and referred him for false information.
The white GMC pickup with in-transits still is unaccounted for, she said.
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