Three teenagers were arrested after a dramatic chase involving a stolen Porsche last night.
Three teenagers were arrested after a dramatic chase involving a stolen Porsche last night.

Teens lead cops on wild chase in stolen Porsche

THREE teenagers have been charged with multiple offences after a wild chase from the Gold Coast to the Sunshine Coast last night ended in a dramatic Bruce Highway arrest.

A police spokesman said a Porsche Cayenne was spotted about 7.30pm in Surfers Paradise and PolAir tracked it north to Caloundra.

At North Lakes a marked police car attempted to intercept the car, however it's alleged the Porsche accelerated north at dangerously high speeds, estimated to be in excess of 200km/h.

Multiple witnesses have reported seeing the Porsche "fly" past them on the road.

Tyre deflation devices were used on Caloundra Rd and Ridgewood Dr about 9.15pm. The Porsche allegedly continued driving on two rims, travelling back onto the Bruce Highway heading south.

A police car travelling in front of the stolen vehicle is alleged to have been deliberately rammed. The impact resulted in the spare wheel dislodging from the police car and jamming underneath the stolen vehicle.

About 9.35pm the car stopped on the Bruce Highway at Landsborough.

A 17-year-old male driver and his two 16-year-old passengers were taken into custody. No one was injured in the incident.

The Porsche sustained significant damage while the police cars involved had minor damage.

The Porsche was stolen on Wednesday, June 10 about 1.20am from a home in Daisy Hill, along with a blue BMW 520D which was found abandoned at Slacks Creek.

A 17-year-old Carbrook boy has been charged with unlawful use of a motor vehicle, dangerous operation of a motor vehicle, evasion, driving a motor vehicle without a licence, fail to provide specimen of breath and stealing.

Two 16-year-old boys, one also from Carbrook and the other from Mount Gravatt have been charged with one count each of unlawful use of a motor vehicle and stealing.

They are expected to front the Noosa Children's Court today.