DALLAS, N.C. — A vehicle pursuit that started in Charlotte ended with a three-vehicle crash in Gaston County Tuesday, officials confirmed.
Gaston County officials confirmed the pursuit started in Charlotte after an armed robbery call. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department was alerted to a stolen vehicle but were unable to initiate a traffic stop once they crossed into Gaston County. That's when the Ranlo Police Department got involved.
In addition to the police vehicles involved in the pursuit, CMPD used a helicopter to help track the suspect.
Around the area of East Trade Street and Dallas Stanley Highway in Dallas, three vehicles involved got in a crash. At this time, it's not known if anyone was injured in the crash.
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