Murrow man in court following cross border police chase that ended in Wisbech

PUBLISHED: 11:08 18 September 2017 | UPDATED: 12:38 18 September 2017

Cross border pursuit ends in arrest for a Murrow man.  (PHOTO: Fen Cops)

Cross border pursuit ends in arrest for a Murrow man. (PHOTO: Fen Cops)


A cross border police chase ended with a 25 year old from Murow being charged with three offences including driving while disqualified.

Alfie Biddle, of Black Drove, Murrow, has been charged with driving whilst disqualified, failing to stop and driving without insurance.

He is due to appear at Peterborough Magistrates Court today (Monday 18).

Two teenagers, a male and a female, both 18, were arrested on suspicion of theft of a vehicle but later released with no further action.

The cross border pursuit began in Norfolk and ended in Wisbech in the early hours of Sunday (17)

At about 2am a Renault Megane failed to stop and was pursued from Norfolk into Cambridgeshire.

It was stopped by Norfolk police officers in Edinburgh Drive, Wisbech.

The vehicle was seized at the scene.

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