Vehicle rams police cars at McDonalds drive-thru in Nottinghamshire

The driver of a car, boxed in by two police cars in McDonald’s drive-thru, rammed vehicles and drove through a fence to evade officers.
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McDonalds on Lincoln Road in Newark

The driver of a car, boxed in by two police cars in McDonald’s drive-thru, rammed vehicles and drove through a fence to evade officers.

Armed officers in an unmarked police car saw a silver Audi A4 convertible which they suspected was being driven on cloned plates at the restaurant in Lincoln Road, Newark.

They worked with colleagues from the Newark response team who pulled up behind the suspect vehicle.

The driver of the Audi then reversed into the marked police vehicle and then forward into the undercover car before breaking out of the car park through a wooden fence.

No one was reported to have been injured following the incident at around 11.20pm on last Tuesday (June 15) but the police vehicles were extensively damaged and one of them was undriveable.

Enquiries are under way to track down the silver Audi which sped off toward Newark town centre.

Inspector Charlotte Allardice, district commander for Newark and Sherwood, said: “The driver of this car acted incredibly dangerously and caused extensive damage to the restaurant fence and to two police cars.

“We are grateful that no one was injured as a result of this erratic behaviour.

“We have a robust investigation taking place and we’re exploring all avenues in order to track down the driver of this car.

“We don’t yet know why this car was being used with cloned number plates but it is usually so the driver can carry out driving offences or other criminal activity and go undetected. We won’t tolerate this behaviour.

“If anyone saw a silver Audi A4 convertible being driven in a suspicious manner in the Newark area last night or has any information that could help, please call us on 101 quoting incident 945 of 15 June.”

Alternatively, people can also call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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