NEW JERSEY CAR THIEF CAPTURED IN PHILLY AFTER HIGH-SPEED CHASE AND CARJACKING

NAYZE MEDIA

PHILADELPHIA, P.A (NEW JERSEY/EAST OAK LANE PHILLY)

A suspect wanted for stealing a car in New Jersey last week, is currently in the custody of Philly police, after a high-speed chase and carjacking in the streets of Philly on Monday night. A report from 6 ABC ACTION NEWS said, the suspect allegedly stole a vehicle from a KIA dealership in Cherry Hill, New Jersey last Thursday night.

PHOTO COURTESY: 6 ABC ACTION NEWS

According to witnesses, the suspect got his hands on the KIA by asking to take a test drive. When the salesman took the suspect for that test drive, police say the suspect pointed a gun at him and told him to get out of the car. The suspect wasn’t seen again until Monday night in Philadelphia. He was seen driving the stolen KIA in the East Oak Lane section of the city. The suspect gassed the vehicle the moment police spotted him, and a high-speed chase through Philly’s residential streets ensued.

PHOTO COURTESY: 6 ABC ACTION NEWS

The chase came to an end when the suspect rear-ended a Lexus on Adams Avenue & Crescent Road. The suspect then pulled the female driver out of her Lexus, and took off in her ride. The chase continued. Once again, the suspect crashed. This time it happened on the 5700 block of Tabor Avenue. He hit a vehicle that was traveling north, before crashing into a parked car. The chase still wasn’t over. The suspect jumped out of the Lexus and took off on foot this time. He took off toward Brill Street. He was finally captured a short time later. Miraculously, no serious injuries were reported in the entire “chase and multiple crash” drama.

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