We ran the plate; as soon as the dispatcher asked our status re the 10-29Victor FD (stolen car used in an armed robbery), the chase was on. I was driving while trainee Tim Anderson called the pursuit. I was right on the bumper of the hot rod lincoln as we made the turn on to 130th street from Willowbrook ave. Two guns flew out of the passenger window as we crossed Aranbe at about 100 mph. I told Tim, “They’re not going to make the turn at Wilmington Avenue. They didn’t, hitting the median. The driver rolled out and pointed a handgun in my direction as he ran around the door to flee across Wilmington Avenue. I don’t remember getting out and drawing my Beretta before firing four shots at the driver. The Watch Commander rolled, I don’t know if he questioned whether I really saw a gun, or he was just upset that it was a non-hit shooting he had to handle. Two hours later, the K9 unit located the driver in the containment who luckily for me still had the loaded handgun and stolen watch from the robbery still in his pocket. Pictured are the Sheriff’s car and suspect vehicle as they were at the end of the pursuit.