"For many New Yorkers, their car is their most valuable possession, and having it stolen can be devastating," New York Attorney General Letitia James said in a release. "These individuals used sophisticated methods to steal cars throughout New York City, but today we are bringing them to justice. Credit: New York attorney general's office

A pair of brothers from the Bronx have been charged with 16 criminal accounts related to a string of "high tech" auto thefts they conducted between January-October 2023, according to the New York attorney general's office.

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