Driver evades police after high-speed chase

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NATIONAL CITY, Calif. – Police were searching for a man who managed to get away after a high-speed chase that ended in National City early Tuesday.

Officers initially attempted to pull over the driver of a green pickup truck because of an outstanding warrant for his arrest, according to police. The driver led San Diego police and California Highway Patrol officers on a chase with speeds upwards of 110 mph.

The pursuit began on the 1700 block of Market Street and continued along Interstate 805 and state Route 94.

Police laid a spike strip across Plaza Boulevard, flattening the truck’s two front tires. The driver then pulled over, hopped out of the pickup and ran off.  Officers were unable to find him.

Anyone with information about the driver is asked to call police.

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