Four teens charged after high-speed chase in stolen car

| 05.08,19. 04:14 AM |

Four teens charged after high-speed chase in stolen car

Police catch up with the allegedly stolen car. (9News)

Four teenagers are in custody after allegedly leading police on a dangerous high-speed chase south of Brisbane.

Police say a Holden Calais sedan was stolen from Browns Plains on Saturday about 7.30pm.

The car was spotted by Polair about 8.15pm in Eagleby and tracked through several suburbs, running several red lights in Beenleigh.

Road spikes were deployed about 9pm on Chambers Flat Road at Park Ridge South but the car didn't slow down, despite being down to its rims.

Eventually police vehicles blocked the car in on Jacaranda Avenue at Kingston.

The driver allegedly made one final attempt to break free, ramming two police cars.

Police also say a credit card stolen at the same time as the car may have been used to make purchases.

A 15 year-old Yarrabilba boy, 16-year-old Boronia Heights boy, 16-year-old Crestmead girl an 17-year-old Logan Reserve girl have been charged and will face court in the coming days.

Detectives are also investigating if the same group is responsible for snatching a bag from a 61-year-old woman here at the Logan Hyperdome earlier in the day.

She was dragged a short distance as the car sped off, until she let go.


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