Two Rhode Island men are under arrest and warrants have been issued for two others in the theft of four vehicles from DC Motors in Hampstead in March.

A gray 2014 Dodge Charger, a black 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee Track-Hawk, a blue 2018 Range Rover HSC, and a blue 2021 Polaris Slingshot with a combined value of $250,000 were stolen from the showroom floor in the early morning hours of March 12. Two of the vehicles were involved in a high-speed chase with Massachusetts State Police on Interstate 95 in Foxborough several hours later.

Three of four vehicles recovered

Hampstead Police Deputy Chief Robert Kelley said that an investigation recovered two of the vehicles in Providence, and one at a New Jersey shipping port.

Kuron Mitchell, 24, was arrested on Aug. 31 and Richard Robinson, 31, was arrested September 15 in their hometown of Providence. Each was charged with burglary, four counts of theft by unauthorized taking, and criminal mischief.

Active warrants were issued for Belter Giron, 27, of Providence and Alberto Rivera, 23, of Cranston.

DC General Manager Chris Tymowicz expressed his gratitude to Hampstead Police for their investigation and tweaked social media "detectives" who offered their opinions on the incident.

"To all those people that commented when this happened that it was an inside job thank you for choosing a different line of work other than being a detective," Tymowicz wrote on his own Facebook page.

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