Officer Witnesses “Motorcade” of Stolen Rental Vehicles

Six vehicles were stolen from an Enterprise rental facility in Coweta County, Georgia, and a police chase resulted in one car ending up in a ditch while five other vehicles were still missing, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

On the morning of June 11, an officer saw a motorcade of vehicles leaving a closed Enterprise rental facility.

The vehicles went in different directions, and officers pursued one of the stolen vehicles, a Jeep Commander.

The vehicle eventually crashed into a ditch, and the driver ran into some woods, said a State Patrol spokesman.

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