Humberside Officers arrested an 18-year-old man and a 15-year-old boy (Tuesday 3rd December) after they rammed a police car while in a suspected stolen vehicle.
The incident happened at around 16:00 hours on Pearson Park.
Officers were alerted to a vehicle that was suspected of being on false plates.
When units arrived on the scene, the suspected stolen vehicle was driven into them before the two males ran from the scene in a bid to try and escape.
However, they were both caught a short time later and were subsequently taken into custody.
During the investigation, officers established that the car which had rammed them had been reported as stolen following a burglary on Cottingham Road in Hull on 30th November.
No police officers were seriously hurt during the incident.
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