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WorldAussie kids take stolen car on 1,000-kilometre road trip

09:45  15 july  2019
09:45  15 july  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Four children took a stolen four-wheel drive on a 1 , 000 - kilometre road trip across the Australian outback before being nabbed by police, officials said Monday. The former host of CTV News Channel's POWER PLAY posts a weekly take on the federal politics issues of the day.

SYDNEY: Four children took a stolen four-wheel drive on a 1 , 000 - kilometre (620-mile) road trip across the Australian outback before being nabbed by Queensland police said the car was spotted early on Sunday morning in the outback town of Banana, where the kids allegedly stole petrol, before

Aussie kids take stolen car on 1,000-kilometre road trip© TORSTEN BLACKWOOD Queensland police said the car was spotted early on Sunday morning in the outback town of Banana

Four children took a stolen four-wheel drive on a 1,000-kilometre (620-mile) road trip across the Australian outback before being nabbed by police, officials said Monday.

A 14-year-old boy, two 13-year-old boys and a 10-year-old girl began their epic journey on Saturday when they took cash and packed fishing rods in a vehicle belonging to one of their families in the coastal Queensland town of Rockhampton, police said.

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Queensland police said the car was spotted early on Sunday morning in the outback town of Banana. More.

Four children took a stolen four-wheel drive on a 1 , 000 - kilometre (620-mile) road trip across the Australian outback before being nabbed by police Queensland police said the car was spotted early on Sunday morning in the outback town of Banana, where the kids allegedly stole petrol, before

One of the children left a note for his family telling them of his plans.

Queensland police said the car was spotted early on Sunday morning in the outback town of Banana, where the kids allegedly stole petrol, before travelling south.

The car was found on Sunday night near Grafton, in the neighbouring state of New South Wales, about 11 hours' drive from Rockhampton.

New South Wales police said officers had to force their way into the vehicle after the children refused to get out.

"They have locked themselves in the car and police have had to use a baton to get in to arrest them," Coffs-Clarence district acting inspector Darren Williams told reporters.

It was not clear which of the children had been behind the wheel, but Williams said it was likely they had shared the driving.

"It is a long way, in excess of 1,000 (km) from Rockhampton down to Grafton," he said.

"I couldn't imagine one person driving that way in two days."

Police are investigating several alleged offences committed during the road trip, Williams said.

The children, who were found unharmed, have been taken into care.

Williams said it was unclear what prompted the children to take the trip, but one of the boys was originally from Grafton.

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