Milford police: Teens tried to steal car, fled in different stolen car

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The Milford, Conn., police headquarters building.

The Milford, Conn., police headquarters building.

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MILFORD — A New Haven teen is facing multiple charges after an Oct. 15 incident in which police said he and two juveniles attempted to steal a car before fleeing in a different stolen car.

Naszier Beall, 18, was charged with first-degree larceny, conspiracy to commit first-degree larceny, criminal attempt to commit first-degree larceny, and first-and-second-degree failure to appear.

According to police, officers responded to the Gulf Gas Station at 305 New Haven Ave. on Oct. 15 on the report of an attempted motor vehicle theft, according to police.

The ensuing investigation led to the arrest of Beall, along with two juveniles who are accused of attempting to steal the motor vehicle before fleeing in another stolen vehicle, police said. Beall was also found to have two arrest warrants for failing to appear in court, police said.

Bond for Beall was $105,000 for court Oct. 18.