Allegedly stolen Renault rammed Dog Unit vehicle

Police have charged four teenagers after the car they allegedly stole rammed a Dog Unit vehicle and bollard.

About 11.15pm yesterday on Monday, April 6 officers from Fairfield City Police Area Command attempted to stop a Renault hatchback, believed to be stolen, travelling east along Hollywood Drive, Lansvale.

A pursuit was initiated and terminated soon after due to safety concerns.

With assistance from PolAir, the vehicle was located at a petrol station on Camden Valley Way at Leppington.

Police will allege the Renault rammed a Dog Unit vehicle and bollard, before the four occupants of the vehicle - two boys aged 16 and 15 and two girls aged 16 and 14 - were arrested and taken to Fairfield Police Station.

All four teenagers were charged with not complying with noticed direction (COVID-19). Additionally, the driver, a 16-year-old boy, was charged with police pursuit, use a weapon to prevent lawful detention, drive manner dangerous, take conveyance without consent and other traffic offences.

The other three teenagers were charged with carried in conveyance and the group were refused bail to appear before a Children's Court on Tuesday, April 7.

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