Police Interceptors Takedown
A driver rams into Bob three times in reverse before speeding down an off-road track.
Big H and Stef can't believe their luck when a pair of drug dealers park up right in front of their unmarked car.
In Bradford, a Golf is seen doing 90mph in a 30 zone, but can't out-fox the interceptors. Rookie Matt steps up to diffuse the situation when a lady appears to be about to commit suicide.
Nick and James spring into action when the firearms team send out an SOS. An out-of-control Renault crashes to a halt leading the cops to discover the driver is 12-years-old.
Richard, aka Jaffa, is showing rookie John the ropes when he notices a car speeding through the streets with its light out. Jaffa flashes the blues, but the driver makes it clear they won't stop, high-tailing it the wrong way down the road.
A minor stop for poor driving ends with a tussle in the cells and a repeat offender going to prison, while officers pursue a gang that raided a Co-op in Hebden Bridge.
The high-speed police intercept units in West Yorkshire. A stolen Vauxhall Astra being driven at speed the wrong way up a dual carriage crashes head-on into an oncoming car.
Tonight's high octane episode kick starts with the pursuit of a lights out and dangerous teenage car thief, who's rallying around the roads of Wakefield at ninety miles an hour.
Interceptor Nick Priestley gets all misty eyed after a high-speed pursuit of an unusual get away car from a bygone era, namely a Rover 75. Meanwhile, Tom Whitehouse and David Robson are on a stakeout.
James and Dan race to assist colleagues who are pursuing a stolen, speeding Peugeot. The Tactical Support Group head up a dawn raid, targeting a man with links to organised crime.
Katie Eustace pursues an old Golf that has failed to stop and is occupied by a very unusual criminal pairing: a mother and her son. The Operation Reacher team execute a dawn raid on a suspected drug dealer.
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