Cops have busted one teen and ID’d another member of a brazen Bronx car theft crew that made off with 10 vehicles, including a nearly $100,000 Porsche.
Over four days, the armed thieves boosted cars from a trio of parking garages in The Bronx — where dramatic footage captured the crew strongarming workers while putting pistols in their faces.
The first of the car robberies unfolded on March 5 when the thieves pulled guns on workers just after 3 a.m. at White Plains Secure Parking on White Plains Road in Allerton and forced their way into the office, cops said.
The crew made off with five vehicles — a Jeep Grand Cherokee, two Honda Accords, a Kia Optima, an Acura MDX — according to police.
Two days later, robbers tried to knock over Parkchester Tremont Parking at 2155 East Tremont Avenue but were foiled by the owner, who blocked the entrance with a car.