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Dutch Scooter Rider Leads Five Patrol Cars on Highway Chase


Dutch Scooter Rider Leads Five Patrol Cars on Highway Chase

A scooter rider led a total of five police cars on a merry dance along a highway in the Netherlands on October 3, police video shows. In the video, the police cars can be seen trying to pull over the scooter along the A73 outside the town of Cuijk. At one point, four vehicles surround the scooter, before eventually the scooter pulls over at the median barrier. In a statement accompanying the video, Dutch police said: “The scooter had no license plates and the driver displayed very dangerous driving behavior. The driver ignored stop signs and drove away from chasing units. “The suspect was eventually arrested near Cuijk. After the arrest it turned out he was carrying a prohibited weapon and he did not have a valid driver’s license. The suspect was detained for investigation.” they said. Credit: Politie Horst via Storyful

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