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Police chase ends in western Shelby County

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – A police chase that covered multiple counties has come to an end.

The chase began with Lawrenceburg police pursuing a red car. Kentucky State Police troopers joined the chase as it headed west on Interstate 64.

The chase ended in western Shelby County just before the Louisville Metro line.

What led to the pursuit is unknown. One person was taken into custody by Lawrenceburg officers. The vehicle was towed from the scene shortly after 5 p.m.

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