Police have arrested two boys who allegedly broke into the Carnarvon office of aged care service provider Silver Chain and stole a company car. It’s alleged the boys, aged 12 and 13, were among a group of four youths who forced entry to the Olivia Terrace property and made off with a set of car keys, about 5am on February 1. Police allege they then used the keys to steal a Hyundai i30 hatchback parked at the property. Police said the vehicle was later found abandoned at Wooramel Roadhouse, 120km south of Carnarvon, where it was dumped after running out of fuel. Senior Sergeant Jayd Morawski said two boys were arrested yesterday after ongoing enquiries. “We’re working hard, we’re not resting on our laurels,” Sen. Sgt Morawski said. “This offence was reported on February 3, and we’ve made the resolution on the 18th. We may not get a result immediately, but we don’t stop working on these things.” CCTV footage was among the evidence that helped police identify the boys. Sen. Sgt Morawski said a third boy, aged 14, was also apprehended yesterday in relation to a number of home burglaries. Anyone with information about burglaries in Carnarvon should contact Carnarvon Police on 9941 7333 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.