Dramatic moment armed cops drag suspect from car after smashing window with machine gun following high-speed chase

Dramatic moment armed cops drag suspect from car after smashing window with machine gun following high-speed chase

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ARMED cops smashed a car window before dragging a suspect from the motor after a high-speed chase.

Two men and two women were arrested following the car chase through the streets of London and Loughton, Essex, this morning.

Armed police smashed the window of an Audi and arrested four people after a car chase
Around eight officers surrounded the car in Loughton, Essex

Shocking video footage shows armed officers surrounding a plush Audi before dragging one suspect from the motor after smashing the window.

The car had left a trail of destruction in its bid to escape after colliding with a number of vehicles during the chase.

The cops trained their machine guns on the man and screamed “get on the floor” before he was forced on to the ground and taken in to custody.

Police say the chase ensued after they tried to pull over a car in the Enfield area of London over an ongoing investigation into an alleged knife robbery.

HIGH-SPEED PURSUIT

But the driver didn’t stop and cops were forced to pursue the vehicle.

Two men and two women who were inside the car have been arrested on suspicion of motoring offences, including aggravated taking and driving away.

In the video, cops block the car in and surround it before arresting the first suspect.

A Met Police spokesman said: “At approximately 9.25am on Saturday, officers attempted to stop a car in the Enfield area in connection with an ongoing investigation into a knife-point robbery.

“The vehicle failed to stop for police. A pursuit was authorised with the support of the National Police Air Service.


“The suspect car collided with a number of vehicles before being stopped on Langston Road in Chigwell.

“There were no reported injuries.

“The occupants of the car – two men and two women – have been arrested on suspicion of motoring offences, including aggravated taking and driving away.

“They have been taken to police stations where they remain in custody. Enquiries continue.”


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