The thieves from the Thanksgiving heist rammed one of the stolen vehicles into a security guard's car before fleeing the Hertz lot.  - Screenshot via KOMO News.

The thieves from the Thanksgiving heist rammed one of the stolen vehicles into a security guard's car before fleeing the Hertz lot. 

Screenshot via KOMO News.

Police in Seattle claim thieves who stole rental vehicles from the Hertz lot at the SeaTac airport on Thanksgiving are using the vehicles to commit crimes, KOMO News reports.

The thieves, a group of seven teens, stole six rental vehicles. Authorities believe the vehicles and the teens are tied to a theft in Bellvue Square which happened the day after the heist.

Three of the vehicles have since been recovered.

On Sept. 21, another group of seven teens stole vehicles from the Hertz lot at the SeaTac Airport. The thieves have not been caught, and police believe it's possible that two incidents are connected. 

Additionally, at least eight other heists have occurred on the the Hertz lot since August. 

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