THREE teenagers arrested after a burglary in which the homeowner's car was stolen and dumped on the M56 have been remanded in custody.
The break-in happened at a property in Glade Drive, Little Sutton, on Saturday, when a neighbour witnessed two men climbing over a garden fence at about 4pm.
After calling the police and finding a camera, the neighbour looked out on the front street and saw a further two men waiting on the pavement.
A couple taking a walk near by reported seeing four males, with items being carried under their arms, standing by an open garage door at the property, before they sped off at high speed in a vehicle.
The homeowner returned to the property shortly afterwards to find two laptop computers, foreign currency, a gold chain, a sat-nav, two sets of vehicle keys and an £18,000 Saab motor vehicle had been stolen.
A claw hammer from the shed had been used to prise open a kitchen window.
A 16-year-old, who cannot be named, Daniel Dickinson, 18, of Seymour Drive, and Keegan Dignam, 18, of Acre Road, appeared at Chester and Ellesmere Port Magistrates Court on Monday, when bail was refused due to the likelihood of them committing further offences and failing to attend future hearings.
The 16-year-old was sent to secure accommodation until the next hearing at Chester Crown Court in June.