A motorbike theft has resulted in a police chase which ended overnight with a 31-year-old Morayfield man being charged with several offences.
Police say that about 7pm (4 January 2020) officer patrolling a Chermside shopping centre on Gympie Road spotted a silver utility driven by a man wanted for questioning in relation to a motorbike theft.
Polair 2 later picked up the vehicle travelling northbound on Carseldine Road towards Linkfield Road in Brendale.
Around 7.30pm a male passenger got out of the ute on Curlew Court at Kurwongbah.
Not long after, the driver evaded a tyre deflation device on Kurrajong Street at speed, before driving over a second set deployed on Samsonvale Road.
The vehicle later came to a stop in nearby Youngs Crossing Creek and the driver fled on foot.
Police say he was arrested “without incident” just before 8pm at the corner of Dayboro and Youngs Crossing roads. the man sustained a small cut to his hand.
The man was charged with dangerous operation of a vehicle, driving a motor vehicle without a licence, evasion of police and theft of a motorcycle in Chermside.
He is expected to appear before the Caboolture Magistrates Court at a later date.
A 29-year-old man believed to be the passenger in the vehicle was arrested at a North Lakes address just before 2am today and has been charged with unlawful use of a motor vehicle.
He is due to face the Pine Rivers Magistrates Court tomorrow.