Police pursuit mayhem: Six females and one male arrested in Mosman after high speed pursuit in stolen Porsche

Matt Shrivell
The Nightly
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Vision from the scene moments after a police pursuit ended in an allegedly stolen Porsche crashing in Mosman.

The Nightly captured the dramatic scenes moments after a Porsche allegedly stolen by a group of six females and one male crashed during a high-speed pursuit with police in Sydney this morning.

A horde of Northern Beaches police command cars surrounded the Porsche Cayenne which had lost control in the tight Spit Bridge s-bends on the uphill approach to Mosman.

The vision shows the car, which remained sideways after the front end collided with the concrete barrier, with its airbags clearly exposed after exploding on impact.

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Officers were called to a house in Lalchere St, Curl Curl around 4.40am after reports of a break-in and were told the Porsche had been stolen.

A short time later officers patrolling at Balgowlah located and attempted to stop the vehicle.

When the car failed to stop a pursuit was initiated before the SUV collided with a concrete barrier on Spit Road, Mosman. No one was injured in the incident.

Seven people including six teen girls and one male have been involved in a high-speed police pursuit in Sydney.
Six females and one male were arrested in Mosman after a high-speed pursuit in a stolen Porsche. Credit: Supplied

Those arrested were taken to Manly and Chatswood police stations.

The group of people who exited the Porsche on impact were seen to be arrested, handcuffed and sitting in the gutter close by, surrounded by police officers.

The incident is expected to have a significant traffic flow-on effect for Sydney commuters as it played out on one of the city’s most notorious ‘bottlenecks’.

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