Cars Stolen From Turpin Parents Accused Of Abusing Their 13 Children

Feb. 16 2018, Updated 6:59 p.m. ET

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Cheeky thieves pinched cars belonging to David Turpin and his wife Louise Turpin, it has been revealed.

The evil pair currently sit in jail waiting lifetime prison sentences after they stand accused of abusing their thirteen kids.

Investigators received a report this week of a vehicle burglary at the family home according to Riverside County Sheriff Investigator Armando Munoz.

One of the stolen vehicles was found by Riverside police – a male was arrested after he was spotted driving the car.

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The second vehicle remains missing with the investigation currently on-going.

The family’s home in Perris, Riverside, has been vacant since the couple’s arrest on January 14, 2018, on suspicion of child abuse and torture.

The authorities were notified after a 17-year-old girl escaped through a window and contacted the local police.

The victims range in age from 2 to 29 and were allegedly beaten, starved, and chained-up for months at a time.

Cadaver dogs have been used to search the grounds of the property.

David Turpin and Louise Turpin pled not guilty to the charges and are currently being held on $12 million bail while being ordered not to communicate with their family.

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