The incident occurred when the bike was pulled over at Worksop in the early hours of Saturday August 7.
Two people were seen in the back as she pulled away from a marked police car and along residential streets.
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The hammer was thrown down Shakespeare Street – moments after the bike was first seen exiting Burns Road shortly after 12:20 a.m.
The bike was then tracked down Plantation Hill, Goldsmith Road and Larwood Avenue. He then continued along Raymoth Lane – narrowly missing an oncoming car before finally coming to a stop. The rider and the passenger then fled on foot to the neighboring undergrowth.
A number of officers surrounded the area and carried out a thorough search.
Two people, an 18-year-old man and a 17-year-old boy, were arrested shortly after on suspicion of theft, non-stopping, driving with prohibition, driving otherwise under license and possession of an offensive weapon . They were then released on bail.
The bicycle, which had been stolen from an address in Ollerton on the night of August 4, was also seized.
Inspector Neil Bellamy, Commander of Bassetlaw District, said: “It was an appalling driving display that put other road users at risk. It was further aggravated by the hammer throw, which would have caused serious damage if it had struck the police vehicle.
“We will never tolerate this kind of behavior and I would like to pay tribute to the competence and professionalism of the officers involved in bringing this matter to fruition.
“I hope this incident serves as a warning to others – that if you’re on the road and don’t stop for the police, we’ll catch up to you and hold you accountable.”
Anyone with additional information on this incident is asked to call 101 citing the incident of August 10, 7.
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