US teens run away in stolen limo
Published 03/08/2011 | 21:50
At least six teenagers have used a stolen limousine to leave a rural western Pennsylvania home for troubled youngsters.
The incident began when four youths from the Mars Home for Youth hired the limo and met it at a nearby high school car park. The driver got out when he realised the teenagers did not have enough money for the hire - but the teens drove off.
Two more teenagers were later picked up, and Adams township police now say as many as seven teens may have left the home, 20 miles north of Pittsburgh.
Officials at the home have released a statement saying the incident cast an undeserved shadow on the facility.