Unlicensed Driver Leads Police on Two-Hour Chase in New South Wales

A 29-year-old individual, who police claim has never held a driver’s license, allegedly led officers on a two-hour long chase from Campbelltown to Wollongong. The pursuit involved law enforcement officials from multiple agencies and covered a significant distance. The suspect’s identity has not been disclosed at this time.

During the chase, the individual reportedly drove at high speeds, disregarding traffic laws and endangering other motorists. Police deployed various tactics in an attempt to stop the suspect, including the use of spike strips and pursuit intervention techniques.

Despite the efforts made by law enforcement, the suspect managed to evade capture for the duration of the pursuit. The chase finally came to an end when the suspect’s vehicle collided with a barrier, rendering it inoperable.

No injuries were reported as a result of the chase, although there may have been damage to property. Further details regarding the motive behind the suspect’s actions or any additional criminal activity are not available at this time.


Author: CrimeDoor

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