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Four teenage boys have been apprehended by the police after being accused of stealing two high-end vehicles in South East Queensland. The theft occurred at a residence in Broadbeach Waters, where a grey Maserati Grecale and a black Porsche Macan were reported missing. Law enforcement initiated a pursuit as the stolen cars were spotted on the Logan Motorway and later on the M1 Motorway, with the involvement of a Polair helicopter to track their movements.

The pursuit ended when one of the stolen vehicles, the Maserati, got stuck on a median strip in Nerang, leading to the arrest of two individuals inside. Shortly after, the Porsche was stopped in Arundel, resulting in the apprehension of two more teenagers. Charges have been filed against these youths, ranging from entering a dwelling to unlawful use of a motor vehicle, dangerous driving, and drug possession.

All four boys are set to appear in the Southport Children’s Court for legal proceedings. This incident serves as a reminder of the importance of vehicle security and the consequences of engaging in criminal activities.


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Article Title: Four teens charged over theft of luxury cars from Gold Coast home
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