Chase trio captured

Standing guard: Barwon police and highway officers patrol the Newell Highway in Moree after three pursuits on Tuesday. Photo: Sophie HarrisTWO men and a woman remain in custodycharged in connection to three high-speed chases north and south of Moree.
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Shaun White, Hannah White and Blake Surch were listed to appearin Moree Local Court on Wednesday afternoon facing a string of charges.

But, the trio did not make it to court in time, and were ordered to stayin custody to front Inverell Local Court on Thursday for a bail determination.

Surch is charged with receiving goods out of NSW, using an unregistered car on the road, dishonestly obtaining property by deception and three counts of police pursuit by driving recklessly.

Hannah White faces charges of receiving property stolen from outside NSW, permitting use of an unregistered vehicle on the road, dishonestly obtaining property by deception, custody of a knife in a public place and three counts of owner not disclose identity of a driver or passenger.

Shaun White is charged with one count of dishonestly obtaining property by deception.

Standing guard: Barwon police patrol the Newell Highway in Moree after three pursuits on Tuesday. Photo: Sophie Harris

The trio were arrested hours after Barwon police made a public appeal to find the occupants in the Toyota Camry whichallegedly lead officers onthree high-speed pursuits between Coonabarabran and Moree.

Barwon police and highway patrol officers were alerted by their southern counterparts about 1pm on Tuesday after a gold coloured car evaded officers on the Newell Highway.

“Police have tried to stop the vehicle bearing Victorian number plates, which accelerated away and a pursuit was initiated,”Barwon Inspector Martin Burke toldFairfax Media on Tuesday.

Officers deployed road spikes near Narrabri but the car sped off, reaching speeds of up to 160km per hour in a 110 zone.

Standing guard: Barwon police and highway officers patrol the Newell Highway in Moree after three pursuits on Tuesday. Photo: Sophie Harris

Police said they were forced to abandon the pursuiton three occasions because of the high speeds.

Back-up was called in and officers again found the Camry south of Moree before a third pursuit north of town on the Newell Highway.

They were eventually arrested late on Tuesday night.

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