TWO people are due to appear in court following a police chase involving a "stolen" car.

The incident occurred after a Range Rover was allegedly stolen from the Springburn area yesterday evening in a "keyless theft".

The car was spotted by road policing officers in the city's East End a short time later where it failed to stop, resulting in a pursuit involving a force car and helicopter. 

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The following police vehicle was left damaged after it was allegedly reverse-rammed by the Range Rover several times in an attempt to get away.

The vehicle was later abandoned and two occupants attempted to flee the scene on foot.

However, they were caught by officers with the help of the helicopter. 

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Glasgow Times:

According to reports on social media, much of the activity took place around the Mount Vernon Avenue area. 

Two men, aged 33 and 39, have been arrested and charged in connection with the incident. 

They are due to appear at Glasgow Sheriff Court on Friday, November 3.

There were no reports of any injuries.