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A man was arrested Monday morning at Naval Air Station Corpus Christi, after he crashed through a security gate in a stolen car that was being chased by local police, which forced the base into lockdown, officials said.

The base declared on its Facebook page at 8 a.m. “this is not a drill” and that an “unauthorized person” was on its grounds.

The article goes on to state the following:

A short time later, the base said there was a suspect in custody, and the lockdown was lifted, according to base spokeswoman Francoise “Fifi” Kieschnick. A gun and ammunition were in the truck before it was stolen, Kieschnick added.

The report states that the suspect had stolen a tuck from a convenience store, and was being chased by the Corpus Christi police. The driver crashed the pickup truck through the naval base’s north gate, then fled on foot.

The suspect was caught by law enforcement and has been taken into custody.

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