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Teens lead officers on high speed chase in stolen car

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Colquitt County - Law officers used stop sticks to end a high speed chase in South Georgia early today.

The On-Star system helped locate a stolen car near Norman Park.

When officers tried to stop the car, the driver sped off and led police on a chase that reached speeds of up to 110 miles per hour.

Norman Park police chased them into Moultrie where a road block was set up.

Officers put out stop sticks, which blew the tires on the stolen car.

Police say a 16 year old boy and 13 year old girl, were inside the car and had two stolen guns and dozens of rounds of ammunition with them.

The car belonged to the parents' of one of the boys.

WALB News 10's Jennifer Emert is in Colquitt County and will have the latest on WALB News 10 at 6.