Gold Coast Man Faces Multiple Charges Following Police Chase In Stolen Vehicle
56-year-old to face court this month
A man has been charged over his alleged involvement in a police chase in a stolen vehicle across the Gold Coast.
Gold Coast police were led on a police chase across the Gold Coast after a man was alleged to have stolen a vehicle from Burleigh Heads.
The owner of the vehicle reported it missing on April 3 from the Gold Coast Highway in Burleigh Heads.
The white 2015 Toyota Hilux was spotted by police on Smith Street in Gaven just before midnight last night.
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The Hilux was spotted again hours later at around 1:20AM in Burleigh Heads.
Police continued to pursue the driver who led police on a chase across the Gold Coast.
Despite deploying tyre spikes on West Burleigh Road, the driver of the stolen Hilux continued driving.
The driver eventually came to a stop on Cassia Drive in Varsity Lakes.
Police then apprehended a 56-year-old before transporting him back to the police station and charging him with multiple offences.
The offences include unlawful use of a motor vehicle, disqualified by Court Order repeat offender, driving of a motor vehicle without a licence and possessing anything for use in the commission of crime.
The 56-year-old man is set to face the Southport Magistrate’s Court on April 26.
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