Police in western Pennsylvania say they have found a stolen limousine some teenagers used to leave a rural western Pennsylvania home for troubled youth.
Adams Township Police Chief William Westerman says four teens from the Mars Home for Youth called for a limo about 6:15 a.m. Wednesday and met it at a nearby high school parking lot. The limo driver got out when he realized the teens didn't have enough money for the ride. The teens drove off and picked up two more teens soon after.
Authorities said the vehicle was recovered at a different high school lot at about 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, and township police took three juveniles into custody. A fourth juvenile was also in custody, and two others and an adult were being sought.