A wanted member of a burglary gang has been jailed after leading the police in a dramatic car chase before escaping on foot.
Patrick Jones, 28, from Liverpool, took part in a "well planned and highly sophisticated operation" which targeted commercial properties in Wiltshire.
He was sentenced to two years in prison at Winchester Crown Court on Thursday for his part in the burglaries.
He was also handed another six months behind bars for dangerous driving, which will run consecutively.
Sentencing, judge Andrew Barnett said that Jones "continued to drive at colossal speed", which was "one of the worst cases of driving" he had seen.
Footage taken in November 2018 shows Jones trying to get away from the police while veering his Audi A5 off the side of A500.
Jones is seen swerving the red Audi left and right and even rams into the side of a police car in a desperate bid to escape.
While a black unmarked police car tries to block him at the front, Jones manages to squeeze through the gap and speeds off.
Jones is eventually forced off the road - but managed flee on foot across the carriageway.
Officers said he had been on the run across the dual carriageway before he was arrested in the West Midlands last month, Liverpool Echo reports.
The other occupants of the car were detained at the scene.
The police estimated the gang which Jones was involved robbed a total worth of £45,000 of goods.
Detective Constable Cerys Jones said: "We welcome the fact that Jones has been brought to justice thanks to the skill and dedication of officers from Wiltshire Police with the support of colleagues from neighbouring forces.
"We hope this sentence sends out a clear message that Wiltshire is not an easy target. We have the skill, dedication and resources to bring offenders to justice and will not hesitate to do so."