High speed chase ends in Dayton

Car recovered in high speed chase from Cincinnati to Dayton.

DAYTON (WDTN) – A high speed chase that started just outside Cincinnati ended in Dayton on Monday morning.

Police began chasing a car in a Cincinnati suburb around 2:30 a.m. on Monday. The Hamilton post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol picked up the chase when the car crossed into Butler county.

OSP troopers say speeds topped 100 miles per hour during the chase.

The car fled to Dayton, where it exited on Dryden Road. Troopers called off the chase when the car began running red lights.

Troopers found the car abandoned  short time later in the 1000 block of Carver. There are no suspects at this time.

Troopers say there was a strong odor or mairjuana in the car. According to OSP, the car was not reported stolen and was a rental car from Dayton.

The Hamilton post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol will lead in the investigation into the chase.

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