Dramatic police footage that shows a motorcyclist being chased through a mall in Surrey, B.C. was inadvertently posted publicly Friday.
RCMP helicopter and ground footage from Feb. 20 shows the motorcyclist driving down a city street with officers in pursuit before he enters Guildford Town Centre mall.
Security video then shows the motorcycle going down an escalator and through sliding doors in a scene that could have come right out of an action movie.
The driver then takes the vehicle over pedestrian bridges before the video ends with images of a motorbike with stickers that read, "Support your local Hells Angels Haney" and "In Memory of Johnny Antinozzi."
The video was a compilation of "air services, Surrey RCMP video and Guildford Mall video for evidence in an investigation" that was being used for training purposes, Sgt. Dale Carr told Global News.
It was accidentally "posted to a public site, and we're looking into how that happened and we want to take steps to ensure that doesn't happen again," he added.
The motorcycle was found abandoned in North Surrey, reported Surrey Now, but police are still seeking the driver.
The suspect is described as a man in his 40s who was last seen in the Surrey-Langley border area, CTV News reported.
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