Two teenage boys were arrested in Pulaski County, after police say they broke into several cars over the weekend.
Police also accuse the boys of stealing a car, and setting it on fire.
They think the two took the car from Beech Wood Drive, near Somerset, then drove it to a nearby apartment complex. That's where the car was set on fire.
Police and fire crews noticed the smoke, and responded to the scene.
When officers arrived, they say they found the two boys nearby, inside an apartment.
They also found several stolen items, which they think the boys took from cars in the Woodland Trail Subdivision.
The 16 year old is facing several charges, including theft and arson. He's being held in a juvenile detention facility.
The 14 year old is charged with receiving stolen property. He was released to the custody of his parents.
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