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Pursuit near Colome terminated Monday by Highway Patrol

COLOME -- Limited information is being released by state officials regarding a Monday pursuit near Colome that reached "high speeds." According to the South Dakota Department of Public Safety, a South Dakota Highway Patrol officer attempted to st...

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COLOME - Limited information is being released by state officials regarding a Monday pursuit near Colome that reached "high speeds."

According to the South Dakota Department of Public Safety, a South Dakota Highway Patrol officer attempted to stop a vehicle at 10 a.m., approximately one mile north of Colome, on South Dakota Highway 49. A pursuit ensued, lasting until the Winner area. The pursuit was terminated when officers lost contact with the vehicle.

Officials said the investigation is ongoing, but no arrests have been made. No other information is immediately available.

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