Police said Wednesday that they tracked down a teenager accused of leading them on a high-speed chase.
Blake New was accused of traveling in excess of 90 mph in a stolen vehicle while being pursued by police on June 22, 10TV's Jason Frazer reported. Police chased the 17-year-old for nearly seven miles before choosing to end the pursuit.
Karen Rainey said that the teenager took off after stealing her Toyota Camry.
"We were a little bit in shock because we never expected anyone would be able to get into our garage and actually take the car, " Rainey said.
New allegedly got to the vehicle by using a side door. Police said that he may have hot-wired the car before taking off.
Dash camera footage shows New speaking with his girlfriend and taking off upon seeing police, Frazer reported.
"He blew through stop signs and traffic lights without regard for anything coming toward him," Interim Delaware City Police Chief Bruce Pijanowski said.
Police caught New on Wednesday morning, while responding to a fight inside a home. Police said the car was nowhere to be found.
"We don't know if it's in Columbus, there's a possibility it could be in Johnstown," Pijanowski said.
Rainey said that she would like her car back, assuming it is in working condition.
"There was an umbrella in the backseat that I was really found of," Rainey said. " I didn't want to lose that umbrella."
Police asked the public to be on the lookout for Rainey's teal Toyota Camry with Ohio license No. FER-3176.
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