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The police shot and killed the suspected Brian theft after being hunted near Brabham, Minnesota.



On Sunday, a man was shot and killed by law enforcement on Highway 65 near Brabham, Minnesota. (FOX 9)

1; The Criminal Arrest Bureau is investigating a fatal police shooting near Brabham, Minnesota, after police said Brian’s car theft led to the pursuit.

According to the Bryan Police Department, one person was shot and killed by the police after the pursuit, and the other was arrested. The police said the suspect shot and killed K9 at the Anoka Police Station. During the initial incident with the Brian suspect, another officer was hospitalized with injuries.

Police said the shooting and the hunt were the end result of calling a department store in Bryan on Sunday afternoon and the stolen vehicle. According to the police, the suspect ran away there and hijacked another car nearby.

Dean Brian Podany explained: “After arriving, the police officer placed the suspect in a stolen vehicle and the suspect escaped from the location.”

Steve Lund said that he was sending his wife to Cole when he saw Blaine police coming in a car parked outside the store.

Lund recalled: “They were able to take off and were chasing them through the aisle of the parking lot because it seemed to be fast, but they were chasing them and were able to escape.”

The suspect was able to reach another parking lot. “The suspect then used a gun to hijack a car nearby,” Chief Bodani added. “Our personnel then found the car, and when we tried to stop them, the suspect fled.”

The police said that in this newly stolen vehicle, the suspect took off north on Highway 65.

After the shooting on Sunday afternoon, investigators blocked Highway 65. (FOX 9)

The chief of police said: “Due to the severity of the crime, the police chased the car north on Highway 65.”

The police would not say how fast they drove or how long it took them to reach the highway about 40 miles near the city of Brabham, but only said it ended up with the suspect’s vehicle being disabled.

Chief Pangdanni said: “After the vehicle was disabled, two adult men fled the vehicle and opened fire.” Shot and pronounced dead at the scene.”

Anoka police confirmed that their K9 Bravo was shot dead in the incident. After surgery. We were told that he was in stable condition. Another person in the car was detained and the police said they were not injured.

We also know that a Blaine police officer was hospitalized because he was injured in Blaine’s first incident.

As investigators investigated the scene, Highway 65 was closed throughout the afternoon. The police have not yet identified the suspect who was shot.


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