Police chase ends in Sealand after police use stinger device to puncture car tyres
Police had to use stinger device to stop a car involved in a chase through parts of Flintshire last night.
Armed response units pursued a small silver Chevrolet hatchback through Flint and Deeside sometime before midnight on Tuesday.
The car had failed to stop for police earlier in Rhyl.
A spike strip, used to puncture the vehicle’s tyres, was deployed and the car came to a stop on the A548 near MOD Sealand.
Police said three people were taken into custody for a number of alleged offences.
A spokesperson from North Wales Roads Policing Unit said:
”Great teamwork with our Armed Alliance colleagues last night after a car failed to stop in Rhyl.
Car tracked via ANPR along the Coast Road into Oakenholt.
Stinger successfully used on Deeside Industrial Estate and the car came to a stop outside the old RAF Sealand camp.
Three men arrested on suspicion of various offences including unauthorised taking of a motor vehicle, disqualified driving and driving without insurance.
All three are currently in custody”
Great teamwork by ARVs & @NWPRPU to sting & stop this vehicle after It was pursued by 2 ARVs through #Flint and #Deeside 3 occupants locked up for various offences #Teamwork #dontdrinkdrive pic.twitter.com/Ey1rS468St
— Cheshire&NWales AAP (@CheshNWalesAAP) March 4, 2020
Spotted something? Got a story? Send a Facebook Message | A direct message on Twitter | Email: News@Deeside.com