BEVERLY HILLS — At 2am on July 27th, the Beverly Hills Police Department was alerted by an Automatic License Plate Reader (ALPR) that a stolen vehicle from Las Vegas was entering the City of Beverly Hills. A patrol officer quickly located the car and a high speed chase ensued – but the Las Vegas driver got away.
The stolen vehicle was found later – abandoned & unoccupied. A nearby security camera captured three suspects fleeing the car on foot. One of the suspects was observed by an officer running into an alley before jumping a wall and entering private property. A containment was quickly established and assistance from the Santa Monica PD, UCLA PD, and LAPD Air was brought in.
With the use of a drone and two K9’s, the suspect seen jumping the wall was located and arrested; the two other suspects were not located. The vehicle was recovered for evidence collection to identify the other suspects.
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