Google Maps Street View: Police were spotted chasing a criminal in Serbia
Google Maps Street View caught the middle of a thrilling car chase in Serbia between a man and police officers.
The Google car was in the middle of the chase when a police car stopped at the end of an alleyway.
They then drove down the narrow street, with other cars blocking the way.
Pedestrians watched the car as it drove past them in confusion.
They may have had their blue lights and sirens on as the Google car then pulled over to the side of the road as the police car sped past.
The only sighting of the criminal is as he turns the corner, just escaping from view at the last moment
The only sighting of the criminal is as he turned the corner, just escaping from view at the last moment.
A police officer is spotted running behind the car as he attempted to join the chase.
As the car turned the corner, they open their doors to storm out after the criminal.
Around the corner, one officer was seen running around the corner to try and grab the suspect.
Sadly it is unclear who they were chasing as there are no other people running away.
Google Maps Street View: Police cars blocked the end of the alleyways
Two people can be spotted on a moped on the side of the road but their relaxed posture suggests they were not involved.
Another police car blocked the other end of the alleyway with the doors open.
Whether the criminal was caught remains unknown as the arrest was not captured by the Google car.
The chase ends with many of the police officers still attempting to catch up.
It isn’t the first time a crime was caught by the Google Street View camera.
Google Maps Street View: It is not clear if the police caught the suspect
A young woman was spotted running outside a Savers shop in Middlesborough.
Holding a large Sports Direct bag, she quickly left the store and turned the corner.
Moments after, a man from the shop chased after her and it later emerged that the woman was a shoplifter.
Thanks to Google Maps, the criminal was identified and caught.
According to The Gazette, the woman in question stole £60 of household good and was given a year-long community service sentence.