A 13-YEAR-OLD boy who was in a stolen vehicle that crashed at St Lawrence on the Bruce Highway yesterday morning, was in a stable condition in Rockhampton Hospital last night.
It is believed he was one of three juveniles in the Toyota Landcruiser, which was stolen from a Frenchville residence sometime between 7pm Saturday night and 7am Sunday.
A Queensland Fire and Rescue Service spokeswoman said QFRS were called to the crash at 7am.
The spokeswoman said initial reports suggested the vehicle hit a guard rail and rolled.
Rockhampton district duty officer Senior Sergeant Tom Nelson said it was believed the juveniles had broken into the residence prior to stealing the vehicle.
"The keys were left out in the open about one metre from the front door," he said.
The Frenchville house was one of at least six broken into over the weekend.
The 13-year-old boy was taken to Rockhampton Hospital in an ambulance, driven by a police officer.
A Queensland Health spokeswoman said he was in a stable condition.
Police were still looking for the two other juveniles yesterday afternoon.
Snr Sgt Nelson said the 13-year-old was well known to police.