Miami Beach Police Chase Ends in Arrest
A high-speed car chase has concluded near Miami Beach, Florida after police pursued two individuals suspected of an armed robbery.
The two took police on a wild ride down the Interstate 95 and along several smaller streets near Miami International airport, before being apprehended.
A male suspect and the car's female driver have both been arrested.
No injuries have been reported.
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UPDATE | 3:51pm
A high speed chase that wove through three counties came to a calm end in Boca Raton early this afternoon when the passenger, a robbery suspect, got out of his car, took a seat in a patio chair in the backyard of a private house and lay on the ground as officers approached to arrest him.
The car's female driver was also arrested and is in custody.
UPDATE | 1:51pm
Miami-Dade Police said they received word of an armed robbery about 12:30 p.m.
The man, who was driving a tan station wagon, led officers on a high-speed chase on Interstate 95, State Road 836 and several smaller roads near Miami International Airport.
At one point, the car was traveling the wrong way down a street, but it appeared that no crashes happened.
The driver ended up crashing into a tree and some bushes in a parking lot off Northwest 25th Street.
The man jumped from the car and tried to run, but was quickly captured by officers.
PREVIOUSLY | 12:31pm
Breaking News: Live Car Chase in Miami Florida.. MSNBC is showing it live right now. The police trying to bump car off the road
MIAMI, FL (WSVN) -- Police are chasing two robbery suspects in a white van fleeing at a high rate of speed northbound on the Florida Turnpike, in Southern Broward County.
Twitter users have responded to the incident with a requisite dose of sarcasm.
Why is it that only white cars are on news as outrunning police chase? Never any other color. Hmmmm...I drive a white car. Hmmmm....
Fun police chase on Fox News. Just ended with surrender. Quitters never win.
everyone walking by the TV watching police chase: "Is it OJ?" haha