Police chased a speeding motorbike in Merseyside over the weekend.
The high-speed chase began in Bootle after officers spotted a motorbike going too fast, the motorbike reached 100mph when it finally entered Wirral.
The man driving the bike abandoned the vehicle, which police suspected was stolen, then fled through an address held by officers.
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During a search of the address, officers found a motorcycle stolen from Bootle, a suspected stolen Can-am quad and a Land Rover Defender which were both seized for examination.
Around £3,500 was also recovered from the address and is believed to be the proceeds of crime. In addition to cash and vehicles, cloned VRM plates, cocaine and a large amount of nitrous oxide were seized.
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As a result of the seizures made by officers, a 35-year-old Moreton woman occupying the residence was arrested on suspicion of drug supply offences, theft of a motor vehicle and possession of criminal property.
The man driving the motorbike managed to escape, with officers working through the night from Saturday to Sunday trying to find him.
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