Now to that bizarre rampage in Colorado. All caught on camera. A heavily armed man terrorizing a city. Carjacking several vehicles before police were finally able to take down the suspect. ABC's... See More
Now to that bizarre rampage in Colorado. All caught on camera. A heavily armed man terrorizing a city. Carjacking several vehicles before police were finally able to take down the suspect. ABC's Clayton Sandell has that story. Reporter: This is the bizarre crime spree caught on camera that put a city on edge. Male way long gun and a female. They're just on the north side of the road. Reporter: Take a look at this man. Armed with a rifle and a handgun terrorizing the lookout mountain area west of Denver Wednesday afternoon. He and an alleged female accomplice seen here climbing down an embankment toward the highway. Police say they just carjacked two different people including bush Suter's co-worker. Pulled out a machine gun and started shooting at him so he dove in the bushes. Reporter: After crashing both stolen vehicles, the two then headed off on foot. We do have shots fired. They do have the high ground on us. Reporter: You can see the woman who turns out to be a juvenile is arrested. But the man tries making a getaway in these dump trucks. That doesn't work so he walks into this house, a couple inside. Then watch this. He comes blasting through the closed garage door in their SUV, driving until it gets stuck right next to that interstate. He's pointing a gun at cars. Reporter: But watch as motorcyclist deputy, he keeps moving toward another car until that deputy makes the tackle. Got him down on the ground middle of the highway. Reporter: With the help of two good samaritans holding the suspect down it all comes to a dramatic end. No one injured. For "Good morning America," Clayton Sandell, ABC news, Denver.
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