The kids stole the car got away from police chase, and drove 900 kilometres

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In Australia, the children stole the car and drove 900 kilometres. About it reports BBC News.

Four children from different families left the city Greismer in Queensland on the SUV, which belonged to the parents of one of them. In the car were three boys 13 and 14 years of age and 10-year-old girl, says The Courier-Mail. They only brought a fishing rod and money. One of the boys he left his parents a note in which he wrote that he was leaving.

Covering nearly 140 kilometers, they stopped at a gas station near the town of Banana in Queensland, refueled the car and fled without paying. After several hours, police noticed an SUV with kids in Glen Innes in New South Wales. They have for some time pursued him, but then decided to discontinue the pursuit.

After that the fugitives were able to reach the city of Grafton in New South Wales. It is within two hours ‘ drive from Glen Innes and about ten hours from Grasmere. The police believe that children were in the car at a time.

The parked SUV was found near a road in Grafton. The children refused to get out of the car and locked the doors, so police had to use a stick to get inside. It is expected that they will be questioned in the presence of parents.

In 2017, it was reported that in Australia the police have arrested a 12-year-old boy, who decided alone to cross the entire continent by car. He managed to pass almost 1.3 thousand kilometers.

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