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Four teenage boys, between the ages of 13 and 15, broke into a Houston-area CarMax lot on Sunday and destroyed $800,000 worth of cars.

According to authorities, four suspects were arrested after breaking into the dealership, stealing keys and then crashing vehicles into other vehicles on the lot.

The teens basically played "bumper cars" with the auto dealership's inventory.

Police say that the suspects crashed more than 20 vehicles and cause about $800,000 in damage. 

The cops posted pics of the damaged vehicles on a local police Facebook page.

A Dodge Challenger Scat Pack, a Corvette Z06, a Ford Mustang and a Porsche Boxster were all seen damaged.

Here are the pics:


The police posted on Facebook:

Upon deputies arriving, the suspects fled on foot throughout the parking lot. A police perimeter was set and with the assistance of a Constable K9, all suspects were apprehended and identified as juveniles.

Further investigation revealed that the juveniles gained access to the dealership keys, broke into multiple vehicles and crashed them into over 20 vehicles, causing approximately $800,000.00 in damage.

"All four juveniles were arrested and booked into the Harris County Juvenile Detention Center, charged with 1st Degree Felony Criminal Mischief.