GRIFFIN, Ga. (FOX 5 Atlanta) - Bank robbery suspects led six law enforcement agencies on a high-speed chase Friday -- a 20-minute pursuit all caught on camera.
In a dash camera video obtained by FOX 5 News, a Dodge Charger can be seen weaving through cars using the shoulder, climbing a median and entering oncoming traffic, and hitting speeds around 140 mph, nearly causing multiple catastrophic crashes.
Police say the group robbed Regions Bank on West Taylor Street Friday in broad daylight, pulling out guns and stealing an ATM tray.
"Beyond the armed robbery, which is certainly very scary and a very dangerous act, I think that when you have people so desperate to drive that way, the number of people they're placing in danger is just exponential," said Chief Deputy Tony Thomason with the Spalding County Sheriff's Office.
Authorities eventually discovered the vehicle crashed off of Industrial Boulevard in Henry County, putting helicopters and K-9s to work. They arrested two of the four suspects, according to Griffin Police.
Adrian Sterling and James Daniel face a long list of charges, including armed robbery and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
Griffin Police told FOX 5 News Monday they are still actively working to track down their two comrades.