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Two teens who snuck into Queensland from NSW coronavirus hotspot arrested at Noosa shopping centre

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Two teenage girls have been arrested at a shopping centre after they snuck across the New South Wales border into Queensland. 

The teens aged 15 and 16 were arrested at Noosa Civic on the Sunshine Coast on Monday before being whisked away to be tested for coronavirus.

Police said they had been looking for the teens for the last 24 hours after the girls  allegedly crossed the interstate border over the weekend. 

Several shops at Noosa Civic have been closed for deep cleaning as a precaution, sparking community alarm.

More to come. 

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