Modern-day teen Bonnie and Clyde at large and may be in Georgia

Modern-day teen Bonnie and Clyde at large and may be in Georgia

HENRY COUNTY, GA (WTVM) - A modern-day Bonnie and Clyde story is unfolding in the South as two teens are wanted for a crime spree that started in Kentucky, and police now believe they may be in Georgia.

The teens, 18-year-old Dalton Hayes and 13-year-old Cheyenne Phillips, were reported missing from Grayson County, KY on Jan. 3. The two have been dating for only three months.

According to ABC News, the teens reportedly destroyed thousands of dollars in property by plowing through a Kentucky cattle farm and smashed a stolen truck there.

On Jan. 12, the two missing teens were spotted at a Manning, SC Walmart, riding in a stolen red 2006 Toyota Tacoma with a firearm inside. The teens are also accused of cashing stolen checks.

On Wednesday, authorities in Henry County, GA recovered the stolen Toyota Tacoma that the teens were driving in. Then, a 2001 Toyota Tundra was reported stolen within walking distance of the abandoned vehicle. It has been reported that there were two firearms inside that truck.

The silver Toyota Tacoma has a Georgia license plate CF116I on it, and also has a certified firefighter decal on the license plate.

Police is urging the public if they spot the two teens to not approach them and call 911 immediately.

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