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Stolen car evades police at Tweed Heads

A black 2015 Holden Captiva, similar to the stolen car that led police on a chase at Tweed Heads on Saturday  (March 19).

A black 2015 Holden Captiva, similar to the stolen car that led police on a chase at Tweed Heads on Saturday (March 19).

Police are appealing for any information relating to a stolen black 2015 Holden Captiva, which led them on a chase through the streets of Tweed Heads on Saturday night.

About 9:45pm on Saturday (March 19), police sighted a confirmed stolen motor vehicle, with Queensland registration 951 VTJ, driving east on Kennedy Drive, Tweed Heads West.

Police attempted to stop the car, but the driver accelerated onto the northbound lane the Pacific Highway.

Police pursued the vehicle, reaching speeds of 140 kmph, but terminated the pursuit as the stolen vehicle approached the NSW/Qld border.

Anyone with any information about the vehicle or its driver is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.


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