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Police chase ends in crash

WEST CHESTER, OH (FOX19) -

 A police chase ends with a crash in Sharonville Sunday afternoon.

 A short time after 3:00p.m., West Chester Police were called to the Wal-Mart at the 8800 block of Cincinnati-Dayton Road for a possible shoplifter in the store.

The suspect was reported to be the same suspect from a theft at the same location on August 2. Lost Prevention Officers gave police a description of the suspect and his vehicle that was in the parking lot.

The suspect got away from Loss Prevention officers and was seen by West Chester Police getting into his car. After police ran his license plate number, the discovered that the plates were stolen out of Kentucky.

 Police attempted to stop the vehicle on Cincinnati-Dayton Road. The suspect did not stop and continued south on I-75, then west on I-275, south on 747, and east on Kemper Road.

 The suspect struck a landscape rock while trying to go back west on Kemper Road.

 An investigation revealed that the vehicle was stolen from Cincinnati.

 The suspect was transported to Bethesda North Hospital for treatment of minor injuries.

 Police are not releasing the suspect name due to pending charges.

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