Dallas Police Searching for Two Who Fled Crash on North Central Expressway

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    Dallas police are looking for two men suspected of committing two robberies Monday afternoon. A brief police chase ended with a crash on N. Central Expressway near Walnut Hill Lane. Two men were caught, two others are still on the run. (Published Monday, Jan 6, 2014)

    Dallas police officers are searching for two people who they say committed two robberies before fleeing the scene of a crash on North Central Expressway Monday afternoon.

    According to police, four men were being sought in connection with two robberies that took place earlier in the day.  The first took place at about 12:49 p.m. on the 5900 block of E. University and the second at 1:09 p.m. on the 9900 block of Walnut Street.  Further details about the robberies have not yet been released.

    Dallas Police Search for Suspected Robbers

    [DFW] Dallas Police Search for Suspected Robbers
    Dallas police are looking for two men suspected of committing two robberies Monday afternoon, one of the robberies was at gunpoint. Police chased the robbers for a short time until they wrecked along the 10,000 block of N. Central Expressway near Walnut Hill Lane. Two men were caught, two others are on the run. (Published Monday, Jan 6, 2014)

    Police said that the robbers crashed and abandoned a vehicle on the 10000 block of North Central Expressway after the second robbery.  They tried to steal another car but were forced to flee on foot, police said.

    From Chopper 5, officers were seen on North Central Expressway investigating a black sedan that was stopped perpendicular to the flow of traffic. The car had visible damage and debris was strewn across several lanes of traffic.

    officers searched by ground and by air for the individuals who ran from the car near the intersection of North Central Expressway and Walnut Hill Lane.

    Two of the men were found and taken into custody.  Meanwhile, officers are continuing to search for the other two men.