A high speed police pursuit sped through downtown Pullman on Wednesday just before 2:30 p.m.
Police say the chase started when a man who was believed to have just stolen items from the Moscow Walmart allegedly failed to pull over for police on State Route 270, at times traveling at speeds of 100 mph.
The driver later entered into Washington, where Pullman Police took over the chase.
Police say the man traveled through Pullman’s downtown, striking a car before driving up Pullman’s Main Street toward Gladish, and then hooking a left on Church Street before getting back onto Grand Avenue.
The driver then began traveling north on State Route 27 toward Palouse.
The chase ended North of Palouse when the driver gave himself up just before 3 p.m, when he was taken into custody.
The Whitman County Sheriff’s Office, Washington State Patrol, Washington State University Police and Palouse Police all responded to the chase.
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