Gold Coast police chase: Bizarre moment as up to a dozen police cars slowly chase the suspected shooter
Bizarre moment 10 police cars go at a snail’s pace in 100 km ‘chase’ of a black Mercedes on the major highway – when a man and two teenagers are arrested
- Strange footage shows ten police cars slowly chasing an SUV
- The chase took place on a highway near the QLD border
- The police deployed road spikes to stop the Mercedes SUV
A bizarre police chase in which several police cars slowly chase a Mercedes SUV along a stretch of highway has come to a dramatic end.
Footage from the chase shows 10 police cars, including several undercover vehicles, following a Mercedes SUV with a person on its roof along the M1 motorway in the Tweed region of northern NSW on Thursday.
The car was tracked for over 100km from a location in eastern Brisbane along the Gold Coast to the NSW/Queensland border.
Officers managed to stop the vehicle after placing road spikes, causing the driver to come to a stop near Cudgera Creek.
Police have arrested a 27-year-old man and two teenagers, ages 17 and 16.
A bizarre chase took place on the M1 motorway near the Tweed region, with police chasing a Mercedes SUV with a person on the roof
At least 10 police cars, including several undercover vehicles, slowly pursued the SUV along the highway
Queensland Police told Daily Mail Australia the trio were wanted in connection with a burglary.
“Just before 9:30 a.m., police were called to an address in Shore Street, Cleveland, in connection with a burglary,” a spokesman said.
“Two men fled in a Mercedes SUV.”
The spokesperson said the vehicle had been tracked to the Queensland/New South Wales border by a PolAir helicopter.
“NSW Police successfully deployed a Tire Deflation Device and the Mercedes came to a stop in Cudgera Creek where NSW officers arrested 3 men.”
The man and two teenagers were taken to Tweed Heads police station after their arrest. They assist the police in the investigation.