give chase


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Any reader who has had a pet run out the door when it was not supposed to, leaving her standing in pajamas and bare feet, unable to give chase, can relate to this story.
It's a large black ball that as well as being a fire and smoke detector, uses either radar or infra-red to detect intruders and then summon emergency services, sound the alarm, take video pictures and give chase.
Andrew Wallace, prosecuting, said Butler was seen robbing Mrs Pritchard by Deanne Adams, who shouted to workmen to give chase.
While this week's pursuit appears to be within the guidelines of department policy, it is one of hundreds that have killed or injured people in recent years and prompted the Police Commission to consider tightly limiting when officers can give chase.
He flagged down a couple who gamely agreed to give chase.