Thieves take taxi on drive around before colliding with parked vehicles

A couple of thieves took a taxi for an hours-in length drive around through Manhattan Sunday — before colliding with parked vehicles on the Upper East Side, police said Monday.

The obscure thieves supported the yellow taxi around 10 a.m. close to Columbus Avenue and W. 90th Street on the Upper West Side — where the cabbie left the vehicle unattended with the keys inside, cops said.

Police detected the taken taxi at about 4:30 p.m. passing through East Harlem however the thieves wouldn’t stop and the police dismissed them after a concise pursue, as per cops.

About a half-hour later, the taxi crushed into a few parked vehicles at E. 88th Street and Lexington Avenue and the thieves took off, police said.

Photographs from the scene show a taxi with critical front-end harm.

Cops are as yet searching for the thieves.

Nobody was harmed in the accident.

 

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