Moment man is DRAGGED along road by car as he tries to jump out and flee police during dramatic chase
This is the moment a suspect was dragged by along by a moving car as he tried to leap out of it during a police chase.
Footage released by Greater Manchester Police showed the rear doors of the car, believed to be a Ford EcoSport, opening and two men trying to jump out.
The unmarked police interceptor films the first man leap clear of the car and run off.
A second man jumping from the rear door on the passenger side lost his footing while the car was still travelling at up to 30mph on the residential street in Bury, 그레이터 맨체스터.
The police car stopped momentarily as the white Ford continued up the road with the suspect clinging to the passenger door which was only inches from slamming into cars parked along the route.
영상, which was filmed in the Whitefield area, near Bury, showed the police chasing the suspects.
Greater Manchester Police were following this car when two men tried to escape from the back doors while the vehicle was still moving down a residential street in Bury in the early hours of yesterday morning
One man was able to jump cleanly out of the car, 오른쪽 사진. The second lost his footing and was dragged along by the door
Two men aged 18 과 22 were arrested following this incident. In total officers working on Operation Dynamo in Greater Manchester arrested six people
Officers released the footage on Twitter.
Greater Manchester Police confirmed two men were arrested following this chase.
남자, 늙은 22 과 18, were taken into custody after officers deployed several police dogs to track down the suspects.
Four other people were detained in separate incidents over the past 24 시간.
A Greater Manchester Police spokesman said: ‘Our Tactical Vehicle Intercept Unit patrol in unmarked cars day and night working to target vehicles suspected of being involved of a broad range of crime – particularly thefts, 또한 최초의 국가 봉쇄가 기록된 범죄의 붕괴로 이어진 방법을 보여줍니다., and robberies.
‘Across the Greater Manchester area they act on intelligence and reports from the public to continue to try and drive down vehicle-related crime in the region – under the codename Operation Dynamo.
‘If you have any information or suspicions about vehicles in your area, then report it to us online, if able, or via 101. Always call 999 비상시에.
‘Details can be passed to the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.’