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LATEST: POLICE have arrested the last two teens on the run in Colac, west of Melbourne, 24 hours after a mass breakout which sparked a violent statewide crime wave.

The two escapees were arrested after a police pursuit into Colac. Landscape ontario congress The pair fled in an allegedly stolen Ford XR6, but arrested after a chase on foot, Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp said.

They were the last two of 15 escapees still outstanding after yesterday’s riot, not long after a 17-year-old was arrested at Redan, 116km west of Melbourne about midday. Football season is over media_camera Thirty inmates were involved in the initial disturbance. Garden of eden story Picture: Sky News media_camera Several inmates were arrested following after the latest riots at the Malmsbury Youth Justice Centre. Football games download free Picture: Jake Nowakowski

Images of the two final youth offenders were released and published on the Herald Sun website this afternoon, but were taken down soon after on legal advice following their arrests.

The release of the images of the two juveniles — however brief — was an extraordinary move by authorities, who earlier revealed they had been in the dark about the crimes the escapees were jailed for.

Mr Crisp said at a media conference late today that he did not believe releasing images of the fugitives in the hours after their escape would have helped police catch them.

He also refused to detail the criminal backgrounds of any of the inmates or confirm how many were serving sentences at Malmsbury, rather than them being held on remand. Elite softball media_camera A youth is subdued by police in riot gear. Garden Picture: Jake Nowakowski

“The Government’s handling of it has been woeful, the minister’s handling of it has been inept and still the Premier refuses to talk about the situation, what it means for all of us, and his government’s handling of law and order in this state,” Mr Guy said.

The state’s Youth Minister, Jenny Mikakos, spent much of a 20-minute press conference promising an overhaul of the system, echoing the government’s response following a number of riots at both the Malmsbury and Parkville youth prisons over the past two years.

“We are seeing far more violent offenders coming into our youth justice system than has been the case in the past and obviously the system needs to change and move accordingly,” she said “Victoria is going to get a fit-for-purpose, high-security youth justice system and there will be more beds in that system than we have at the moment.”

Earlier, Deputy Commissioner Shane Patton had been in the process of making an application to the Children’s Court to publicly release the names of the three young offenders still on the run earlier this morning.

“We have to make an application to the head of the children’s court, we’ve now got a lawyer coming in to make that application to the children’s court,” Mr Patton said.

IN the wake of the breakout drama, the state has been left reeling from a crime wave in which a grandmother was punched, a man robbed with a machete and car rammed with a young girl aboard.

Among the string of attacks include several street robberies, where the offenders allegedly used a baseball bat and a knife, occurred in Noble Park, Bonbeach and Moe.

Police have been told three young men stormed the house armed with a baseball bat and a machete and confronted the owner, demanding he hand over his phone and keys to a luxury Mercedes outside.

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After the argument, the white SUV followed the car onto the road where it crashed into another car. Basketball wives la season 5 episode 2 media_camera The stolen white SUV captured on camera at a BP service station. Landscape photography tips and techniques media_camera The stolen white SUV captured on camera at a BP service station.

“We’re relying on public sightings of the vehicles, we have communications out to all of our frontline police, who are actively looking for these vehicles,” he said.

Brooke Lee — who was supposed to be celebrating her 19th birthday yesterday — and her mother, Amanda, were driving through Elphinstone about 3pm when they saw what they thought was a car accident.

“He took the keys out of the ignition then reached across Mum, undid her seatbelt, grabbed her by the hair and dragged her out backwards while punching her,” she said.

“I’m absolutely terrified, especially because they’re still on the loose and maybe in our town.” media_camera Inmates riot at the Malmsbury Youth Justice Centre. Baseball diamond vector Picture: Jake Nowakowski media_camera Inmates at the Malmsbury Youth Justice Centre. Furrow irrigation Picture: Aaron Francis

She said that youths at Malmsbury were given shopping vouchers to come to her store when they were being released so they could become accustomed to being out of the detention centre. Basketball court Youths with iron bars in carjack bid

“As soon as he spotted her they backed off. Pavestone And they took off.” media_camera Ray Blackmore’s car was rammed. Baseball players Picture: Nine News media_camera The Blackmores called police. Gardenia Picture: Nine News State forest search unconnected to breakout

He said the black Toyota wagon which crashed in the park was stolen from a residence in Morwell overnight and that three local men had been arrested. Pitch in music media_camera The police roadblock in the Moondarra State Park. Softball field dimensions Picture: Ian Currie media_camera An allegedly stolen car is taken from the scene. Spring training 2016 cardinals Picture: Ian Currie Chaos after mass jail breakout

Mr Nugent was unable to say if the five inmates who climbed on to the centre’s roof had made any demands to CIRT officers, who negotiated them down after about 90 minutes.

The centre was secured shortly after 8pm. Asphalt 7 apk data media_camera Several inmates were arrested inside the Malmsbury Youth Justice Centre. Asphalt 8 soundtrack Picture: Aaron Francis media_camera Inmates at the Malmsbury Youth Justice Centre. Spring training schedule 2016 florida Picture: Aaron Francis media_camera Inmates at the Malmsbury Youth Justice Centre. Unilock pavers Picture: Aaron Francis

Police from the fugitive taskforce have been sent to round up the escapees as have officers from the operations response unit, the dog squad and the critical incident response team media_camera A red hatchback at a petrol station in Chewton. Fencing classes nyc Picture: Nine News

One was wrested to the ground by riot police after fighting arrest. Pitch in meaning media_camera Riot police enter the youth justice centre. Fences windows 10 free Picture: Jake Nowakowski media_camera Police negotiate with inmates on the roof. Lone star softball message board Picture: Sky News

media_camera Several inmates have been arrested following a riot at the Malmsbury Youth Justice Centre. Francesca battistelli free to be me lyrics Picture: Aaron Francis media_camera One of the inmates being taken into custody. Landscaping Picture: Aaron Francis

October 31, 2015 — Six inmates armed with cricket bats and tennis racquets climb on the roof at Parkville Youth Justice Centre. Timber merchants north london Four workers assaulted. Pictures of gardens The inmates promised KFC in exchange for their surrender.

May 6, 2016 — A boy and another inmate arm themselves at Parkville with tennis racquets, then kick open the staff locker room and push one of the lockers down a set of stairs, forcing staff to retreat. Facebook app keeps crashing They then broke off sections of wooden shelving and brandished them at staff.

August 17, 2016 — Youths spent hours on a roof, causing lengthy lockdowns. Landscape designer salary It is believed a group climbed on to the roof about 3pm and remained there through most of the evening.

September 11, 2016 — Staff forced to barricade themselves inside an office, where they placed furniture against the door, to protect themselves from 11 rampaging juvenile offenders who took over the Melbourne Youth Justice Centre for two hours.

September 17, 2016 — Teen rioters on the roof in standoff with police at Malmsbury Youth Justice Centre. Youth soccer They were eventually bribed to get down with pizza and soft drinks.

October 22, 2016 — Young offenders took control of the Malmsbury Youth Justice Centre, arming themselves with metal table legs and going on a violent rampage. High pitched cough Authorities had to wait until the offenders grew tired to act as it was too dangerous to stop the riot.

November 9, 2016 — Young offender Lachlan Mitchell, in a wheelchair, escaped from Malmsbury Youth Justice Centre. Drip from my walk instrumental The 20-year-old was housed in a low-security unit after injuring his leg, but managed to flee into a waiting car out the front as staff looked on.

November 12, 2016 — Youths rioted inside Parkville where up to 30 rampaging teen inmates trashed their cells and pulled security cameras from the walls. Espn fantasy football app not compatible Damage bill estimated at up to $1 million.

November 14, 2016 — About 40 inmates were involved in a riot at the juvenile jail at Parkville, some wielding garden equipment. Baseball teams in texas Some of the teens were later transferred to Barwon Prison.

January 7, 2017 — A riot is sparked after inmates are involved in a brawl about 7.45pm. Cobblestone minecraft More than 35 police officers were on site, including the critical incident response team, the public order response team, the dog squad, police air wing, uniform police and paramedics.

Wednesday — Fifteen inmates escape from Malmsbury and steal a vehicle to make a getaway about 2.45pm. Japanese landscape tattoo Multiple police chases as further cars stolen during crime spree.