DETROIT (WWJ/AP) – Authorities in Detroit have filed charges against two men accused of larceny and obstruction of justice in connection with a car used by two missing Westland teens.

Charges against 39-year-old Casey Green and 40-year-old Larry Anderson, both of Detroit, were announced Saturday. Besides larceny and obstruction of justice, Green and Anderson are charged with tampering with evidence.

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Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy said Green and Anderson allegedly stole various items from the 2001 Chevy Cavalier that was last seen in the possession of 18-year-old Jacob Kudla and 17-year-old Jourdan Bobbish.

The teens disappeared last Sunday night after leaving the east side Detroit home of Kudla’s uncle. The Cavalier was found the next day abandoned at a west side apartment with its sound system removed.

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Both suspects have criminal histories; Anderson was charged with home invasion and third degree criminal sexual conduct in 2002, while Green has a bank robbery and two weapons charges from 2003.

Meantime, the Wayne County Medical Examiner’s Office is working to identify the bodies of two males found Friday in a vacant Detroit field. The bodies, found dressed only in undergarments, appeared to have been shot and are believed to be the teens.

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