By Danielle Chavira

AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – Both Aurora and Denver police officers responded to a crash at Alameda Avenue and Potomac on Monday night. Denver police say this started as a report of a stolen Penske truck earlier in the day.

Aurora police say at around 7 p.m., they tried to stop the truck, but the driver started driving recklessly. They then stopped following it.

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At around 8:40, Greenwood Village police were involved in a pursuit, but no one was taken into custody. A DPD helicopter followed the suspect.

Adams County officials tell CBS4 the truck was abandoned at Interstate 270 and Vasquez Boulevard. They add the suspect then carjacked someone else.

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Then at around 9:10 p.m., Denver police were called to a help with a pursuit of the second vehicle coming out of Commerce City near Vasquez Boulevard and 58th Avenue.

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The chase, which traveled south on Interstate 225, then ended in a crash at Alameda Ave. and Potomac Dr. after police performed a maneuver to cause the driver to stop.

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A suspect was taken into custody. All lanes of Alameda Avenue in the area are closed.

Danielle Chavira