Ambulance stolen from hospital; man in custody

Brunilde Fioravanti
Mag 20, 2017

According to Prince George County Police, a Prince George County Fire Department ambulance was stolen around 6 a.m.by a patient who was just discharged from the hospital, according to WTOP.

Hunter says it's not clear why the man took the ambulance or how he was injured. He said there is a Global Positioning System tracking device on it and law enforcement was tracking it.

It started on Indian Head Highway around 7:00 a.m. and ended about a half an hour later.

Law enforcement from Prince George's Police, along with the Charles County Sheriff's Office and a helicopter from Maryland State Police, are involved in the pursuit.

The ambulance headed into Charles County, but returned to Prince George's County, where it stopped in Temple Hills. Due to the size of the vehicle, a pit maneuver wasn't the ideal tactic and officers opted to box in the vehicle until it came to a stop.

Releasing the increasing threat, authorities were determined to stop the ambulance.

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