One arrest following early morning pursuit after Norfolk Police chase Renault Megane into Cambridgeshire

PUBLISHED: 19:00 17 September 2017 | UPDATED: 19:00 17 September 2017

Cross border pursuit (PHOTO: Fen Cops)

Cross border pursuit (PHOTO: Fen Cops)

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A cross border pursuit that began in Norfolk ended in Wisbech in the early hours of today.

Cross border pursuit (PHOTO: Fen Cops) Cross border pursuit (PHOTO: Fen Cops)

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, with the assistance of local officers.

A police spokesman said: “The occupants of the vehicle de-camped on Edinburgh Drive.

“Three persons were arrested at the scene and all were taken to the Police Investigation Centre at Kings Lynn.”

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)

Inquiries have been ongoing and later the police announced a male has been charged with a number of driving offences and has been detained for court.

The vehicle was seized at the scene.

Cross border pursuit (PHOTO: Fen Cops) Cross border pursuit (PHOTO: Fen Cops)

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