Police Chase suspect

On Tuesday July 10th at approximately 12.10 p.m. the Police central Dispatch received information that two unknown men driving in a black Wrangler Jeep with license plate R-441 were driving around with a considerable amount of false American currency in their possession. 

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These men were also in the possession of a so called “skimming device”. This “skimming device” is used to illegally withdraw monies electronically from the ATM machines. The Central Police Dispatch informed all police patrols on the streets to keep an eye out for this vehicle and the suspects.
Shortly after at approximately 12.15 p.m. a patrol of the Zero-tolerance team while patrolling on the A.Th. Illidge road saw the suspect vehicle parked in the parking lot of Francis Bar. The patrol decided to approach the vehicle to control and identify these suspects. Before the patrol could approach the suspect vehicle, the driver quickly reversed form the parking lot and took off at very high speed in the direction of the Cottage round-a-bout. The patrol started chasing this vehicle and noticed that several pedestrians were forced to jump out of the way to avoid being struck by the suspect vehicle. The chase continued on the Illidge road in the direction of the Prins Bernard Bridge. The driver of this vehicle who at the time was driving very reckless and without regard for human life drove through the red light at the Prins Bernard Bridge and continued to flee on the Long wall road.
The central dispatch was informed of the ongoing situation and dispatched several other patrols to assist in this chase. The chase continued via the Long Wall road, Onasha Jones street, Kerkhof steeg, Little Bay road. On the Little bay road the vehicle struck a blue jeep that was parked on the side of the road and had struck a pedestrian causing minor injury. The suspect did not stop and continued to flee on the Fort Willem road. On the Fort Willem hill drive the suspect lost control of the vehicle causing the vehicle to become stuck in the ditch. The driver then jumped out of the car and took running through the bushes in the area. The chase continued on foot by the police. The suspect was arrested shortly after and taken in the custody. The suspect with initials J.J.M. from the Dominican Republic (35) was taken to the Philipsburg Police Station and handed over to the Detective Department for further investigation. The suspect vehicle was confiscated. The injured pedestrian was treated on the scene by paramedics and the investigation is ongoing.