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Anderson armed robbery suspect who flipped car during I-69 charged

The pursuit reportedly started in Anderson, when officers tried to stop the suspect in the robbery of a liquor store.

FISHERS, Ind. — An armed robbery suspect is in the hospital after a pursuit on Interstate 69 ended in a violent crash Wednesday evening, and 13News has new details about the man at the center of this high speed chase.

The pursuit reportedly started in Anderson, when officers tried to stop the suspect in the robbery of the Save-On Liquor store at 1419 Broadway St. 

The male suspect, later identified as Shaunquale J. Miller, 36, reportedly used a handgun to demand money from a store employee. He fled the store with about $311 in cash. 

Court records revealed the car he was driving was reported stolen just days before the crash. And police Miller was wanted on a previous warrant for resisting police.

Court documents confirm police found the alcohol and cash that was reported stolen - about $311 - after Miller crashed. They also said they found a BB gun resembling a handgun in his possession. 

Indiana State Police was called to assist in the pursuit as it traveled south on the interstate. 

INDOT cameras showed several police cars with their emergency lights activated, following a silver car south on Interstate 69 near Pendleton shortly before 6:30 p.m. on June 7. 

Miller nearly left the road near the 212-mile marker as the vehicle swerved left to pass a vehicle in the left lane. 

About 20 miles south of Anderson, near the 207-mile marker, Miller lost control of the vehicle and veered sharply to the left, striking the guardrail and flipping the car into the median.

Miller was ejected from the vehicle and was taken to the hospital to be treated for undisclosed injuries.

Miller remains in "serious but stable condition," according to police. He will remain in police custody during his recovery time at the hospital, police confirmed.

Miller is charged with robbery and another count of resisting police.

According to the Anderson Police Department, deputies from the Madison County Sheriff's Department were involved in the pursuit, along with ISP troopers.

The investigation into the reported robbery and crash are ongoing.

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