Technology and old fashioned police legwork combine when the number plate on a drug dealer’s car flashes up a warning. What the dealer does next forces the team to take desperate measure to get their man. And some criminals are such a danger to the public that they have to be stopped, no matter what. When the team come across two knife wielding robbers in a stolen Toyota, the chase is on to get them. While a woman driver protests about a minor offence and two officers are almost driven crazy. High speed pursuits, Class A drugs and pretty girls. Another day in the life of the Police Interceptors.
In this programme, a transit van gives up running from the 150mph Mitsubishi Evos, and tries to shake off the Interceptors down the back alleyways of North East London. Meanwhile another unit races deep into the Essex countryside to find a tractor overturned and the driver fighting for his life. And the Air Support Unit joins the Interceptors with their multi-million pound chopper and use its hi-tech kit to track down a car thief in a late-night scramble over Southend.
Car thieves steal a BMW and they lead Police in a high speed chase across North London – their attempts to escape become more and more desperate. Another driver’s swerving across the motorway and the Interceptors find him to be 4 times over the drink driving limit. While a group of teenagers pulled over for a routine stop and search are found to be armed and ready for any encounter. A typical day’s work for the Police Interceptors.
This week on Police Interceptors international car thieves are the target, as the officers pursue a stolen BMW heading for a cargo ship out of Britain. The thieves don’t realise the stolen car has a tracking device inside and the net closes in. In Southend, burglary suspects are fleeing back to London. Multiple Interceptor cars have to try and surround them before they get away. And as it summer the drinkers are out. The team pursue a drunk driver through Epping Forest while another is the easiest stop the Interceptors have ever had.
This week on Police Interceptors a motorbike hurtles down the road at 130mph dodging the oncoming traffic. He’s not stopping for the police cars and at that speed it’s up to the hi-tech police chopper to try to track him down. With petrol theft on the increase the team find one man who seems to be setting up a one man oil company. He’s more concerned about blowing up the evidence. And one lucky officer gets to road test the new Subaru Impreza STi – the latest boy-racer’s dream.
A thief is seen trying to break into a lorry finds himself at the mercy of the Police Dog unit. Interceptors track down a stolen range rover and uncover a ‘showroom’ full of nicked prestige motors. A seized Lamborghini brings out the Interceptors competitive streak and an intruder at the station has cops on full alert.
In this best of the series show, technology and old fashioned police legwork combine when the number plate on a drug dealer’s car flashes up a warning. What the dealer does next forces the team to take desperate measures. And some criminals are such a danger to the public that they have to be stopped – no matter what. When the team come across two knife wielding robbers in a stolen Toyota, the chase is on to stop them.
The Interceptors take drastic action when a pursuit from London ends up on their patch whilst elsewhere in the county a car thief lands knee deep in trouble. A drug search in Basildon uncovers some unusual finds and it’s a testing day for the new Evo 10.
A young driver leads the cops on a 115mph pursuit… ’just for a laugh’. The Interceptors take the passenger seat for a ride of their lives with the World Rally Subaru team and a kidnapping truck driver leads 6 cop cars on a 4 hour pursuit through 3 counties.
A high-speed pursuit through the suburbs ends when the car is trapped in a cul-de-sac. But trapping one of the robbers is another matter… Interceptors have to get hands-on and break up a fight outside a nightclub… And Southend boy racers face a one man clamp down.
Dave and Tissy risk everything to stop a stolen BMW X5 from escaping, whilst The Stanway team gives two more car thieves an early morning wake up call. Elsewhere in the county officers discover a car that’s become a 4-wheeled petrol bomb, and a car tax evader bites off more than he can chew.
The Stanway Police are first on the scene of a bad car crash on a country road. Four cop cars pursue a speeding Jeep down the M25. An 83 year old man fails to notice the cops trying to pull him over, and the Interceptors join forces with Kent Police for operation Lockdown, with all entrances and exits to the Lakeside Shopping complex monitored by automatic number plate recognition (ANPR).
Danny’s call of Nature gets interrupted when a stolen 4×4 drives past, and the Interceptors have to drop everything to catch them. The Stanway team pursue a man with a machete on the run in a public park, and at Police Headquarters, the Chief Inspector unveils the latest weapon in the Interceptors’ arsenal.
This “best of” episode features the top stops and the most thrilling spills of the last series. It’s goodies versus baddies as a stolen 4×4 tries to batter the Police Evo off the road. When a speeding driver tries to outrun 9 cop cars and a chopper the officers have a trick up their sleeve, and it’s an early bath for one unlucky constable.