Terrifying images made a group of children quickly through an Outback city in a & # 39; stolen ute & # 39;
Terrifying moment, a group of children sail through an Outback town in a & # 39; stolen ute before robbing two pubs during a frenzy of over 100 km & # 39;
- The police claim a group of children and a teenager stole an ute before robbing two pubs
- It is claimed that the crime begins in Blackwater in a remote town in Queensland
- The group then traveled 130 kilometers away before arriving in Woorabinda
- Shocked residents took pictures of the car screaming through the main street
A group of children reportedly went on a crime that spanned more than 100 kilometers after stealing an ute in a remote Aboriginal community.
Shocked residents took pictures of the uncontrolled ute speed through the outback town of Woorabinda in the middle east of Queensland.
A 16-year-old was reportedly behind the wheel of the car, screaming through roundabouts and driving on the concrete, 7 News reported.
The police claim that the crime started 130 kilometers away in Blackwater when five children and the teenager stole the car on Thursday at 10.30 p.m.
Officers tried to stop the stolen ute and after taking off by car said that the group was trying to break into the beach at the Bluff Hotel.
Around four o'clock in the morning, the group would have stolen thousands of dollars of alcohol from the Parkhurst Tavern.
Hours later the group was spotted in Woorabinda.
& # 39; A lot of research is still being done to try to merge what happened last night & # 39 ;, said acting deputy inspector Paul Elliot of the Rockhampton police.
The police say that reports are still coming in and claim that the stolen ute was also involved in a ride to a gas station in Duaringa on Friday morning.
& # 39; (They drove) at excessive speed through the Woorabinda township, screeching tires, jumping over gutters, it is totally unacceptable, & # 39; he said.
A 12-year-old boy was arrested in Woorabinda and interrogated by the police, but the rest of the group managed to flee.
The police tried to stop the stolen ute and said after taking off by car, the group tried and failed to break into the Bluff Hotel (photo)
Around four o'clock on Friday, the group of five children and a teenager would have stolen thousands of dollars of alcohol in the Parkhurst Tavern (photo)
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