Father and Daughter Accused of Robbing Bank, Leading Cops on High-Speed Chase

The pursuit lasted nearly an hour.

— -- A father and his teenage daughter are accused of robbing a bank and leading police on a nearly hour-long pursuit.

Michael Bailey, 41, and Megan Bailey, 19, allegedly robbed a bank in Grandview, Texas, Thursday, then took authorities on a high-speed chase through several towns, according to ABC News affiliate WFAA-TV in Dallas.

"We had chased them probably a good 30, 45 minutes in speeds [in] excess of 150 miles per hour," said Alvarado Police Department Capt. Gary Melson, according to WFAA-TV.

Dash cam video shows the suspects dangerously weaving past other cars on the road. The duo eventually crashed, ending the chase.

Officers surrounded the car and were shocked to find a father and daughter as the suspects, WFAA-TV said.

Michael Bailey and Megan Bailey were both charged with aggravated robbery, and Michael Bailey was also charged with evading arrest, WFAA-TV reported.

The Alvarado Police Department did not immediately respond to ABC News' request for comment. The police department in Grandview, where the bank robbery was reported, declined to comment to ABC News today.