Moment ‘missing’ 10-year-old boy is found safe after stealing his mother’s car and taking his 11-year-old sister for a 200 MILE joyride

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Moment ‘missing’ 10-year-old boy is found safe after stealing his mother’s car and taking his 11-year-old sister for a 200 MILE joyride

A missing 10-year-old Florida boy and his 11-year-old sister were found 200 miles from their hometown as they drove their mom's car in an early mornin

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A missing 10-year-old Florida boy and his 11-year-old sister were found 200 miles from their hometown as they drove their mom’s car in an early morning joyride through The Sunshine State. 

The siblings were stopped when deputies from the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office saw the white sedan driving along I-75, near Gainesville. 

They pulled them over around 3.50am on Thursday after the car had been reported stolen out of North Port, the Sheriff’s office said. 

The cops were surprised when they approached the vehicle and watched as the brother and sister stepped out. 

The 10-year-old was in the driver’s seat and his older sister was in the passenger’s seat.

The cops were surprised to see two children step out of the vehicle, as the 10-year-old exited with his hands over his head

The cops were surprised to see two children step out of the vehicle, as the 10-year-old exited with his hands over his head

The brother and sister traveled three hours in their mother's 'stolen' white sedan from North Port to Alachua, right by Gainesville, Florida

The brother and sister traveled three hours in their mother’s ‘stolen’ white sedan from North Port to Alachua, right by Gainesville, Florida 

According to the Alachua County Sheriff's Facebook post, authorities thought they were conducting a 'high risk traffic stop' when they spotted the reported stolen car

According to the Alachua County Sheriff’s Facebook post, authorities thought they were conducting a ‘high risk traffic stop’ when they spotted the reported stolen car

After she was contacted about the discovery of her kids in her car, the Florida mom decided to not press charges, and drove three hours to Alachua County to retrieve her children

After she was contacted about the discovery of her kids in her car, the Florida mom decided to not press charges, and drove three hours to Alachua County to retrieve her children

Their mother had reported the sibling duo missing to the North Port Police Department along with her stolen car. 

After she was contacted about the discovery of her kids in her car, the Florida mom decided to not press charges, and drove three hours to Alachua County to retrieve her children.

According to the Alachua County Sheriff’s Facebook post, authorities thought they were conducting a ‘high risk traffic stop’ when they spotted the reported stolen car. 

The cops were surprised to see two children step out of the vehicle, as the 10-year-old exited with his hands over his head.  

It is unclear why the kids took the car in the first place and how they managed to travel so far at such a young age. 

The mother and her two children have also not been identified and no injuries or damaged were reported. 

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