Police chase at speed in the Arizona desert ended with the kisses (video)

Police chase at speed in the Arizona desert ended with the kisses (video)

It looked like a real scene from Hollywood movie.

The chase at high speed through the Arizona desert last night, January 10, ended with the hijackers hugged each other and kissed before surrender to the police. The emotional video was shot by local news reporters who were in a police helicopter.

Police chase at speed in the Arizona desert ended with the kisses (video)

«And so ended the pursuit of Bonnie and Clyde in Arizona,» wrote Twitter journalist FOX 10 Matt Rodewald.

As reported by The Arizona Republic, it all started with the hijacked SUV. A little later, an officer spotted a car similar signs of a stolen and tried to stop him, but «Bonnie and Clyde» just sped past. Police chased the two through Arizona»s East Valley and caught up in the desert near Queen Creek, about 40 miles Southeast of Phoenix.

A man and a woman who were in the SUV jumped out of it and tried to escape under their own steam, in different directions, but they were not successful. After a few seconds, the pair returned to each other, hugged, kissed and got on his knees in surrender to the police.

The loving couple of the attackers put forward several charges. Motives of their act are still unknown.

VIDEO: Here’s the #BonnieAndClyde finish to this AZ police chase. Stolen SUV, elude authorities for 30 mins. After running 100 yards on foot, they knew they were done. pic.twitter.com/kc2mYOyOCV

— Matt Rodewald FOX 10 (@Matt_Fox10) January 11, 2018

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