HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- Deputies are searching for a carjacking suspect who crashed into a family of six while leading authorities on a high speed chase in northwest Harris County.
The Harris County Precinct 4 Constable's Office said around midnight a deputy spotted a car matching a vehicle description that was reported stolen at gunpoint from a Walmart parking lot on West Road.
According to deputies, the car owner was pistol-whipped twice before the suspect took off in his car and drove off.
Once deputies spotted the vehicle, they tried to conduct a traffic stop, but the carjacking suspect fled. At one point, his speed reached 100 mph.
The stolen car collided with another vehicle. Inside that car was a family of six -- two adults and four children.
No one was injured in the crash. The driver of the stolen car got away on foot.
Deputies are still searching for that suspect
Deputies searching for chase suspect who crashed into a family in NW Harris Co.