Police used road spikes to end a high speed pursuit on the Pacific Highway early this morning (July 21).
Police said a silver Holden Commodore sedan was detected speeding south of Urunga around 11.35pm on Friday by a Highway Patrol vehicle.
Failing to stop for the officer, the vehicle allegedly reached speeds of 160km/h in a 110km/h zone.
Coffs Harbour police were alerted and laid road spikes on the highway near the Englands Rd roundabout.
A 22-year-old Sydney man was taken into custody after the front and rear passenger side wheels of the car deflated.
Checks found the man was wanted by authorities following his escape from an institution at Concord.
Police said charges are pending against the driver following the results of a mental health assessment.
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