Six teenagers are being sought after they allegedly stole an MTA bus and drove it around the city for four hours this month, police said Sunday.
The teens, four boys and two girls, boarded the unoccupied bus on Hunts Point Avenue, near Southern Boulevard, in the Bronx, at about 7:40 p.m. on Dec. 23, police said. They then drove it to Queens and Brooklyn, before returning to the Bronx and parking it near the corner of Prospect and Westchester avenues, at about 11:40 p.m., police said.
There was no reported damage to the bus.
Earlier on Dec. 23, three of the teens appear to have been involved in the theft of a different MTA bus in Brooklyn.
The bus was taken from a depot in Cypress Hills by three individuals at about 12:30 a.m., police said. It was later recovered about a mile and a half away on Conduit Boulevard and Atlantic Avenue.
Whether or not the thefts were linked was under investigation.
Images of the suspects in each incident were released by the NYPD.