TWO teenage boys – 15 and 16 – in a stolen, white Jeep, have been charged after colliding with a Mazda in Scullin.

At about 6.45 final night time (December 27) police noticed the Jeep being pushed in Macquarie.

After it ran a crimson mild, police activated their lights and sirens. Police say the Jeep did not cease and drove on the fallacious aspect of the street.

Police situated the Jeep quickly after at the intersection of Southern Cross Drive and Ross Smith Crescent, Scullin, after it had collided with a Mazda.

Two teenage boys had been taken into custody and the Mazda driver was taken to hospital for evaluation for minor accidents.

A 15-year-old boy was charged with driving a motorized vehicle with out consent, failing to cease for police, harmful driving and unlicensed driving. He’ll seem within the ACT Childrens Court docket tomorrow.

A 16-year-old boy was charged with driving in a motorized vehicle with out consent. He’s scheduled to look within the ACT Childrens Court docket in January.

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