Police fired twice that night to intercept a driver who was deliberately rushing at him.
The night from Sunday to Monday was very complicated for the Toulouse police officers forced twice to shoot a thief.
It all started around 1 am, rue Nicolas-Vauquelin, in the Mirail sector in Toulouse, when an alarm went off in a car garage. A police patrol from the canine brigade goes to the scene and sees a person inside the establishment.
When the police want to intervene, the man, driving a vehicle, accelerates in their direction to such an extent that the police decide to shoot. The driver manages to escape and a chase begins on the Toulouse ring road. The man sows the officials but is located, a little later, by the BAC near the place of the burglary.
Again, he rushes at the police who use their service weapon. The fugitive was injured in the leg and arrested. His days should not be in danger. Besides the car, he allegedly stole a computer from the garage. An investigation was opened and opened to the territorial directorate of the judicial police.