Well, this is bizarre. A 16 year old has been arrested in Melbourne after responding around in his own private vehicle – having decked it out with a full lights and sirens package! He had been spotted a number of times over the past few weeks responding through traffic and was reported to police after people became suspicious of the fully unmarked white appliance carving up traffic under red and blues. Not to mention the 16yr old driver behind the wheel wearing a high vis vest….
He has since been arrested and the vehicle seized.
**UPDATE: It turns out this is not a genuine emergency services vehicle. A 16 year old has been arrested for driving around in a truck modified with police lights and sirens. I could not have predicted this outcome when I posted this footage**Does anyone know what type of emergency vehicle this is? Spotted on Beach Rd in Melbourne.It was a white unmarked truck carving through traffic with lights blazing. Seems odd to me that a truck like this doesn't have safety markings all over it
Posted by Andrew Harman on Saturday, 14 October 2017
Police have arrested a 16yo boy who’s been driving around in a truck with lights and sirens, purporting to be emergency services vehicle pic.twitter.com/VwP3HLKTGP
— Dougal Beatty (@DougalBeatty) October 17, 2017
BREAKING: A teenager has been arrested for terrorising Melbourne streets in a fake emergency truck.More in 7 News at 6.00pm | www.plus7live.com.auStory: https://yhoo.it/2hKMgItVictoria Police statementHeavy Vehicle Crime Investigation Unit (HV CIU) detectives have arrested a 16-year-old boy in Brighton this afternoon. The arrest follows HV CIU detectives making enquiries into online footage that depicts a white truck travelling with what appears to be emergency lights flashing, through traffic. The investigation is ongoing and the Brighton teen is assisting police with their enquiries. The truck has been seized by police.#7News
Posted by 7 News Melbourne on Monday, 16 October 2017
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