Packed robbers: Jewelry thieves are smashed by their police after a high-speed hunt through a PARK after an armed robbery against a Norwegian jewelry store
- CCTV shows robbers armed with a gun and robbing a jewelry store in Oslo
- They stow expensive watches and jewelry in bags before fleeing on a moped
- A police chase follows as they search for robbers in the busy streets of the city center
- The officers are given permission to run over them while running to them
- They chase thieves through a park and manage to push them off their mopeds
This is the moment when the Norwegian police, who hunt two robbers on mopeds, race them through a crowded park in central Oslo before smashing them off their bikes.
The exciting persecution took place after the two thieves raided a jewelry store in the capital in broad daylight.
Dressed in black from head to toe, a robber, still wearing a helmet, storms into the shop and swings a gun at frightened staff while the other turns the moped in sliding doors to keep the entrance clear.
CCTV footage shows a robber leading a frightened shop worker with his hands over his head in a corner.
The robbers, armed with hammers, smash themselves into glass cabinets while filling their escape bags with luxury watches and jewelry during the raid.
Unknown to the robbers, a worker had managed to raise the alarm when the police came on the scene.
Separate footage shows officers dressed in protective clothing and bulletproof vests before they go hunting.
One robber parks the moped while the other raids the shop and swings a weapon
The robber on the back of the moped turns his head when he realizes that the police car is only a few centimeters from the collision with the bicycle
The police car drives over a bump, hits the robbers and pushes them off the moped
While the robbers are preparing to flee, a warning shot is shot in the ceiling before fleeing the back of the bike.
An officer can be heard in dashcam footage of a police patrol car, the sirens of which are howling and telling colleagues to search and secure the area but to evacuate as they chase the robbers through the busy streets of Oslo.
When the police car drives past Vulkan in Grünerløkka, officers suddenly spot the thieves through a gap in the trees as they run through Cuba Park.
They make their way to glass cabinets and smash them with hammers
The robbers then dump the contents of the glass cabinets into their pockets during the robbery that took place in broad daylight
As they prepare to flee with a moped, one of the robbers shoots a round from the pistol into the ceiling
The driver bends the police vehicle onto the sidewalk and into the park.
They run frantically along the paths to reach the thieves when an officer asks: "Should I run them over?", And another replies: "Yes, yes, run over".
The police car accelerates and is only a few centimeters from the rear wheel before an official notices a pedestrian and "Warning!" Calls.
The brakes are applied and the robbers are given a few seconds to speed faster when flying over a bridge.
Authorities run to the scene and search for robbers in the streets of Oslo before noticing them near a park (circled)
The officers are hot for the robbers' tails, but must brake if they squeeze through a narrow bridge entrance in order not to meet a member of the public
But the officers are hot on their tails and are quickly catching up.
The driver tries to drop the police by suddenly turning right and up a narrow path, but the police car is right behind.
The police car appears to be driving over a bump as it takes off through the air and collides with the thieves of the jewelry store.
The robbers are thrown into a huge pile of rubble when officials jump out of the vehicle and shout: "Don't move! Do not move! & # 39;
Black smoke – presumably from the crushed moped – fills the air when the police warn the robbers not to touch the pistol.
The robbers were arrested and taken into custody by the police where they confessed to the crimes.
The footage was released, according to local media, Dagbladet, as part of the robbery process that started their week.
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