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Teenage Mercedes driver leads police on heart-stopping high speed chase in stolen car

This is the moment that a teenage driver led police on a heart-stopping high speed chase in a stolen Mercedes.

Tyrone Worsley, 18, reached speeds of 120mph during a 10-minute pursuit on October 4 2021.

A judge described the incident as an "utterly disgraceful piece of driving" and a "selfish piece of stupidity" as he jailed Worsley for more than two years.

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Bolton Crown Court heard that police originally spotted Worsley, of Le Gendre Street, Tonge Moor, driving the car through Farnworth at around 6pm.

They chased him through Farnworth, where he drove at 50mph through back streets, jumped red lights and went on the wrong side of the road on several occasions.

On one occasion, Worsley drove the wrong way around the Kearsley roundabout and tried to enter the wrong side of the A666, heading towards the M61.

A number of police cars were deployed to try and stop Worsley and a spike strip was put down.

He eventually abandoned the car at the Tesco Extra in Walkden but was arrested shortly after.

The court heard that on September 12, Worsley had also stolen a Ford Mondeo from outside the Horwich RMI club.

Worsley has also been convicted of taking a motorbike from outside Booker Wholesale, in Farnworth, on September 19

The 18-year-old then tried to sell the motorbike online and when the owner called him to ‘try and buy it’, Worsley told the man that he would ‘petrol bomb his house’ and ‘slit his wife’s throat’.

Defending, Nicholas Ross made reference to Worsley’s age and a difficult childhood.

He said: “He accepts he’s got a lot of growing up to do yet.

“He has made the point that he is very sorry.

“He knows there are no

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