Two Kids Reported Missing, Caught Driving their Parents’ Range Rover Over 100 Miles from their Queens Home
Queens, NY – Two kids, a 12-year-old boy and a 7-year-old girl, drove their parents’ Range Rover over 100 miles from their Queens home. The New York City children, who were cousins, were found by NYC police near the New Jersey and Delaware border on the afternoon of December 7, after being reported missing that morning. Police tracked down the kids after using a parent’s credit card at a rest stop and were stopped after they drove over a bridge near two state borders. No injuries were reported and investigation on how the children made the long drive is underway.
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