Teen suspects called real-life Bonnie and Clyde

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LOUISVILLE, KY - Police in several states are on the hunt for a couple being called a real-life Bonnie and Clyde, and they're only teenagers. It started in Kentucky after police became aware of an underage relationship between 13-year-old Cheyenne Phillips and her 18-year-old boyfriend, Dalton Hayes. The girl's parents say she is notorious for lying and might have told Hayes she is 19. There is even concern Cheyenne could be pregnant. The pair ran away together on January 4th. Since then, police say they've stolen two trucks, committed several burglaries, and caused thousands of dollars in damage.

They were last seen on a surveillance camera at a South Carolina Walmart, driving a red Toyota pickup. Police say they paid for items at the Walmart using a bad check. The red pickup was found abandoned in Henry County, Georgia, and authorities think they may now be in a silver 2001 Toyota Tundra. Police say there was a gun in the trunk when the stole it.

Cheyenne's mother is pleading with her to give herself up. Let's hope the couple takes a lesson from the real Bonnie and Clyde and turns themselves in before things get worse.