High Speed Chase On I-75 Turns Into Manhunt

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 2/07/2013 10:37 pm
Several law enforcement agencies are looking for a man after they say he led them on a high-speed chase.

Investigators say it started around 6:30pm Thursday when Madison County Deputies tried to pull over a man suspected of driving a stolen truck.

Troopers say he refused to pull over and took off down I-75.

According to police, spike strips were laid out just south of Exit 49.

But troopers say the driver kept going for a few more miles before finally stopping in Laurel County and running into some woods.

Police say K-9 units were brought in to help find the man.

They were still looking for him late Thursday night.
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