Several police cars chase a suspect vehicle, which was spotted driving on the right shoulder to get around traffic near Route 41 south of Route 60 in Lake Forest during a police pursuit Tuesday afternoon. | Photo / Screengrab: Max Weingardt

A suspect driving a vehicle wanted in an armed robbery was arrested after he led police on a more than 100-mile pursuit through Lake County that ended near Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

The Illinois State Police located a wanted black Acura TSX on eastbound Interstate 90 west of Route 23 in McHenry County around 12 p.m. Tuesday.

State police officials told Lake and McHenry County Scanner the vehicle was stolen from an armed robbery in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

The Acura exited Interstate 90 at Randall Road and police units attempted to perform a traffic stop.

The driver refused to stop, performed a U-turn and continued eastbound on Interstate 90, according to police officials.

The pursuit eventually went northbound on Interstate 94 and continued onto Route 41 through Lake County.

The suspect drove recklessly at times, including driving along the right shoulder to get around traffic on Route 41 south of Route 60 in Lake Forest.

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Police officers terminated the pursuit before it reached the Illinois-Wisconsin border and notified authorities in Wisconsin.

No Illinois State Police squad cars were struck or crashed during the incident, police officials said.

The Wisconsin State Patrol and other agencies began pursuing the Acura after it crossed the border. Speeds were reported to be in excess of 100 mph.

The lengthy pursuit went through several counties in southeastern Wisconsin.

The City of Waukesha Police Department was notified around 2 p.m. and became involved along with the Waukesha Sheriff’s Department.

The Waukesha Police Department said the car was wanted in connection with an armed carjacking, armed robbery and vehicle pursuits.

The vehicle traveled off-road in an open area west of the Orthopedic Associates of Wisconsin building near Pewaukee.

Officers performed a PIT to stop the vehicle and were successful, police officials said.

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The suspect began revving the engine of the vehicle, indicating the suspect was continuing his attempt to flee.

Police officials said the suspect would not listen or surrender to law enforcement.

A police canine was able to apprehend the suspect. Charges have not been filed yet.

The suspect was transported to an area hospital to be treated for injuries he suffered while fighting with the police canine.

Four City of Waukesha Police squad cars were damaged during the incident.