CLOVERDALE, Calif. (AP) – Authorities say three 17-year-old gang members who escaped from a Northern California probation camp were arrested after stealing a car and holding its owner hostage.

The Santa Rosa Press Democrat reports the arrests occurred Saturday in Sonoma County after a California Highway Patrol officer stopped a speeding Honda and noticed the young driver and two of the three passengers were all wearing the same clothing: gray sweatshirts and blue jeans.

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The CHP officer discovered the vehicle had been carjacked and the victim was being held inside.

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Officials say the three had escaped from a minimum security camp near the Oregon border. The alleged carjacking occurred at an Oregon rest stop.

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The trio could face charges including kidnapping, assault and auto theft. It wasn’t immediately known if they have lawyers.