Children steal car in Australia

Four kids stole a car from one of their parents and took about 600 mile ride to go fishing

Four kids stole a car from one of their parents and took about 600 mile ride to go fishing
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Four kids (three boys and a girl) ages 10 to 14, stole a car from one of their parents and took about 600 mile ride to go fishing, according to BBC News reports.

The children group packed the vehicle with poles and began their adventure from Queensland to New South Wales, meanwhile they stopped at a gas station in Banana town and allegedly stole gas.

Meanwhile, one of the service station employee saw the bunch on the gas station’s security footage and said that the driver was really short and he barely even reaches the window.

 

The police sotted the car in a nearby town and stopped the chase due to concerns over the driver’s age. After a while they saw the car parking on the side of the road in Grafton, Darren Williams of the New South Wales Police said.

According to Australian Broadcasting Corporation, the children locked themselves in the car and police have had to use a baton to get into the vehicle to arrest them.

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