West Midlands Police (Traffic) has released some dashcam footage of a pursuit that happened on the 8th August 2020.
The Fiesta being pursued had been stolen earlier on in the evening and was used in several offences before Roads Policing Unit officer caught up with the thieves.
Despite the thieves trying to run and hide from the police after their vehicle crashed, all of them were rounded up and put before the courts.
The driver was sentenced to 15-months in prison.
A spokesperson for the unit said that keyless cars owners should consider extra security to help prevent their vehicles from being stolen.
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