3 Stolen Vehicles Spotted, 3 Suspects Arrested

3 Stolen Vehicles Spotted, 3 Suspects Arrested

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ORANGE BEACH, Alabama -

 Gulf Shores and Orange Beach Police officers and Baldwin County Sheriff's deputies combined to arrest 3 burglary suspects this morning.

According to Gulf Shores Police, it began around 5:00am when officers spotted a vehicle that had been reported stolen.

They began following and the driver took off, eventually losing control and plunging into the Intracoastal Waterway near Tacky Jacks.

As that chase was going on, Gulf Shores Police spotted 2 other stolen vehicles and called them in to dispatchers.
Orange Beach police and Sheriff's deputies spotted the stolen vehicles.

One driver lost control and crashed into a utility pole in Bear Point on Canal Road.

The other driver was also taken into custody.

Investigators say the 3 vehciles were stolen from Gulf Shores and Pensacola.

They say they also recovered items taken in recent burglaries.

Police have not released the names of the suspects, but they say it's possible the 3 suspects are related.

 They say additional information won't be released until Monday afternoon.

 

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