Owner of Stolen Truck Uses Family's Chopper to Chase Down Thief
"We flew over him for a good 40 minutes and we let him know, 'Hey, you can run, but you can't hide," Emmanuel Toner said.
It’s a car chase like you’ve never seen before — a man whose truck had been stolen tracked it down — in his family's own helicopter. Emmanuel Toner said he was getting gas and left the truck for about 30 seconds when it was stolen.
"Somebody jumped in my truck and took off," Toner told Inside Edition. He called his dad, who suggested they take a ride in his helicopter to look for the truck.
Moments later, they were in pursuit, soaring over Brunswick, Canada. "We flew over him for a good 40 minutes and we let him know, 'Hey, you can run, but you can't hide," Toner said.
After locating the alleged car thief, the father and son called the cops and directed them to the suspect. "You don't steal a truck from someone that owns a helicopter," Toner said.
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