BATH, Ohio (WJW) — Police arrested a suspect accused of carjacking a woman in Bath on Monday.
Just before 8 p.m., police received a call about a carjacking in the Mustard Seed Market parking lot, according to a release from Bath police.
Police say, the 75-year-old woman told them she was pushed down by a man who then got into her 2020 blue Subaru Forrester, left the parking lot and turned east toward Cleveland Massillon Road.
Plaza cameras recorded it happening, as seen in the video above.
Police say they were able to use the victims iCloud account to track her phone which was located on I-80 by Newton Falls.
Around 8:30 p.m., Ohio State Highway Patrol says they were attempting to pull over a car on the turnpike that reached speeds of 140 mph.
Officers say before they could reach him, the suspect was seen driving off the road then took off running from the car into the woods.
They were then told the vehicle the suspect crashed was the one carjacked from Bath, according to police.
Newton Falls police arrested, 34-year-old Antwan Teemer, of Youngstown, at 10 p.m. on Monday after they identified him as matching the description of the suspect and carrying the victim’s driver’s license and credit card.
Charges are pending, according to Bath police.