FAIRHAVEN — State police have caught a suspect after he allegedly led troopers on a short, low-speed chase down three different SouthCoast highways — with a flat tire.

Early reports indicate the pursuit started on Rt. 140 northbound at around 12:46 p.m. Thursday, according to Massachusetts State Police spokesperson Lt. Paul Sullivan.

Troopers were responding to a reported stolen motor vehicle, Sullivan said, although further details on the cause of the call were not immediately available.

From Rt. 140, the suspect went onto I-195 eastbound.

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According to Sullivan, the chase took place at low speeds due to the suspect jumping a curb and driving with a flat tire.

The pursuit ended on Rt. 240 in Fairhaven with the suspect being taken into custody on four warrants.

The suspect has not yet been publicly identified.

No further details have yet been disclosed.

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