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Teens in custody after vehicle taken in armed carjacking hits Minneapolis home

No one was in the house at the time, an MPD spokesperson said.
Credit: MPD

MINNEAPOLIS — A vehicle taken in an armed carjacking hit a Minneapolis home after driving away from police Saturday, officials say. 

According to Minneapolis Police Department spokesperson John Elder, officers located the vehicle at 12:28 p.m. Saturday in the area of North 33rd Avenue and Newton Avenue North. Elder said the vehicle had been taken in an armed carjacking. 

Elder said officers tried to pull the car over, but it fled. He said the car "left the roadway at Newton and 35th, striking a residence." No one was in the house at the time. 

According to Elder, two teenage girls were taken into custody at the scene. MPD did not give any further information at this time. 

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