One teenager is in custody and another is still at large as Saskatoon police investigate a string of thefts and break-ins.
Police said the investigation started the night of Sept. 10 as officers tracked a pair of stolen cars along rural roads near Highway 11.
One of the vehicles was found abandoned. The other was stopped on the highway, and the 16-year-old boy driving it was arrested.
Both of the vehicles had been reported stolen from Saskatoon.
One youth suspect remains at large and will face at least 10 charges if he or she is caught, including flight from police and car theft.
The other suspect appeared in court Friday on 26 criminal charges, including six counts of theft, two counts of break-in to residences, and five counts of mischief.