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Police chase ends in Diss




A police dog unit and a drone were used during a search for the occupants of a car after a police pursuit came to a halt in Diss.

Drone used thermal imaging
Drone used thermal imaging

The chase started in Cringleford, on the edge of Norwich, on Sunday evening, when police spotted a silver VW golf with fake number plates.

The driver failed to stop and a pursuit involving several police vehicles followed through the roads of South Norfolk at around 9pm.

The car was eventually abandoned near Diss Golf Course and suspects ran off.

It also reverse rammed a police vehicle.

A police drone using thermal imaging technology and a dog unit were called to try to track the four people believed to be in the car.

The occupants however fled, and could not be traced.

Anyone with information about the car or driver of the car should call 101 and quote CAD NC-14102018-424.



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