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NEW CASTLE, Del. (CBS) – New Castle County Police have arrested two men in connection to a series car thefts, including using a tow truck to steal disabled vehicles. Police say there have been multiple reports of stolen cars, many consisting of older and disabled models, throughout the county.

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Surveillance footage and witnesses captured a tow truck towing the vehicles.

Investigators linked the tow truck back to 47-year-old Mathew Wojciechowski and 44-year-old Arnold Phillip Anderson.

Credit: New Castle Police

The truck and suspects were seen driving to Chester, Pennsylvania on Feb. 25, with a then stolen older model Pontiac, which they later sold to a local car dealership.

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Detectives found that multiple stolen vehicles were sold to this business by Wojciechowski and Anderson.

Both Wojciechowski and Anderson were charged with felony theft of a motor vehicle, felony conspiracy, and other related charges.

Anderson was taken into custody on March 17 and is being held on $22,000 secured bail.

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Wojciechowski was taken into custody on March 16 and was released on $96,000 unsecured bail.