Police are Looking for a Man who Stole a Police Car that was parked directly in front of a Bronx precinct with the key left in the ignition

Police are looking for a man who stole a police car that was parked directly in front of a Bronx precinct with the key left in the ignition, a police source said.

The unidentified man drove the car from the 50th Precinct in Kingsbridge to the 52nd Precinct in Norwood on Sunday at 6:40 a.m.

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There, the man crashed into two parked cars near the intersection of Fordham Road and Sedgwick Ave., the police source said.

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“It seems like it was a joy ride,” the source added.

It is unclear why the keys were left in the ignition or how long it took for cops to realize the car was stolen.

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“The investigation is ongoing,” a police spokeswoman said.