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Overnight high speed chase ends at Club Hill Apartments

COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) -

A police chase from overnight finally ended at a local apartment complex.

News Leader 9 was the only crew on the scene when the police ended their chase at Club Hill apartments.

It all started just before 1 a.m. when a stolen black Camaro led police on a high speed chase throughout Columbus and Phenix City.

There were three suspects in the car, two males and one female, one armed with a handgun.

Speeds reached over 70 miles per hour throughout town. Authorities say they were driving recklessly and putting lives in danger throughout the chase. When the car finally came to a stop at Club Hill, one suspect was caught.

The police dogs were let loose to find the other two suspects - one was found near Hardaway High School.

Police are still searching for the third suspect. This all started after police responded to a witness hearing gunshots.

Authorities say they know the suspects they are looking for and will be able to make their capture soon.

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