Police charged four Philadelphia men they caught in the process of allegedly trying to steal three Range Rovers valued at $150,000 from the dealership at 90 Post Road, according to police.

Shortly after 1 a.m. June 4, an officer on patrol observed a 2001 Mercedes E320 with Pennsylvania plates parked behind Bertucci’s Pizza Restaurant at 54 Post Road.

Police found the men had cut a hole in the dealership’s fence and were trying to steal the three sport utility vehicles, according to Sgt. Jeremiah Marron.

Victor Strong, 36, of Philadelphia; Anwar Carter, 34, of North Tamac Place, Philadelphia; Ernest Smith, 33, of Dicks Ave., Philadelphia; and Jisceton Cobb, 19, of Mount Vernon Ave., Philadelphia; were all charged with first-degree larceny and possession of burglary tools.

Strong, Smith, and Carter all are on parole and among them have extensive criminal histories, including first-degree murder, robbery, escape, aggravated assault, auto theft and narcotics charges, according to police.

In January 2015, two Range Rovers valued at $140,000 were stolen from the dealership. In March, a larceny of tires was reported and on a different night, a section of dealership fence was cut away, according to police.

Those investigations are ongoing.