Four children as young as 10 who fled their homes with fishing rods before taking a 900km joyride in a four-wheel-drive are found
- A search for four children after they took a car from Gracemere has ended
- The car was seen entering Glen Innes in New South Wales on Sunday evening
- At about 1am on Monday, police announced the children had been found
A desperate search for three teenagers and a ten-year-old girl has ended – with the group found in NSW after fleeing Queensland in a four-wheel drive.
Police were looking for a 14-year-old boy, two 13-year-old boys and the young girl after they took a four-wheel-drive from Gracemere last night.
The group was travelling in a 2004 Nissan Patrol.
A desperate search for three teenagers and a ten-year-old girl has ended – with the group found in NSW after fleeing Queensland in a four-wheel drive
They took fishing rods and money with them, and one even left their family a note to them them he was leaving.
The group is believed to have driven into Glen Innes, New South Wales.
The car was also allegedly involved in a petrol stealing incident in Banana at 4.45am.
At about 1am on Monday, police announced the children had been found.
‘The four missing Queensland children subject to an urgent appeal for public assistance yesterday afternoon, have been located in safe NSW,’ they said.
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