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Kannapolis police seek suspects who crashed into Restaurant 46

Staff report

An officer with the Landis Police Department was involved in the pursuit of a stolen vehicle at about 1:15 a.m. Thursday that ended in Kannapolis with the occupants of the car fleeing on foot.

The Landis officer made contact with a white 2015 Nissan while investigating a motor vehicle breaking and entering in Landis.

Kannapolis Police officers became involved in the pursuit at North Cannon Boulevard and East 18th Street.  The pursuit continued south on North Cannon Boulevard when the Nissan turned onto East First Street and headed west.

The pursuit continued west on First Street, crossing Main Street. The driver of the Nissan lost control and struck the front of the Restaurant 46 building at 101 West Ave.  Damage to the restaurant is estimated to be $10,000.

The occupants of the Nissan fled on foot. While investigating the traffic crash, police learned that the Nissan had been reported stolen in Lancaster, S.C., on Jan. 15, 2015.

The only description of the suspects is that they are two black males. Anyone with information should contact the Kannapolis Police Department at 704-920-4000.

 

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