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Suspect steals car, crashes into swingers club

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A suspect crashed into a club after car jacking someone and leading police on a pursuit on Wednesday night.

Police say a suspect car jacked someone in Glendale but it isn't clear where it happened. When police tried to pull the car over, it wouldn't stop.

According to Glendale police, the driver was going about 80 mph and blowing through red lights.
    
Officers did lose the car a few times during the chase until the car eventually slammed into a  swingers club near 31st Avenue and Claredon.

The suspect took off on foot but police say they were able to find him a short time later in the area.

Police say no one inside the club was injured. One witness says an ATM machine hit him but he wasn't seriously hurt.
    
According to police, the driver was the only one injured in the crash and their injuries are minor.

This is a developing story. Stay with FOX 10 News for updates.

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