LITTLETON, Colo. (CBS4) – A juvenile driving a stolen car led police on a chase in Littleton that ended with a crash and short bike chase.

The stolen vehicle was spotted around 9:20 p.m. Wednesday by police in Centennial, who then activated their lights. The juvenile driver took off at a high rate of speed and the police followed.

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The suspect vehicle hit a parked car at West Prentice Avenue and South Hickory Street, and ended up in the middle of the street on its side. The juvenile then got out, found a bicycle, and tried riding away on it before being caught by Arapahoe County Sheriff’s deputies.

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A witness to the crash, Zach Harder, said, “We heard some scraping and the cars kind of squealing and that sort of thing. Seemed like a minute later, not even that, heard another big crash and just drove over here to find the suspect car on its side. A lot of police activity over here.”

No one was hurt in the incident and the suspect has been taken into custody.

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Officials have not released the identity of the suspect. The juvenile was being held on investigation of aggravated motor vehicle theft and other traffic violations.