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Christmas Jeans True Religion - The terrifying moment a tattooed bandit fires his gun while running down the Pacific Highway after a police chase and is mowed down as he tries to carjack another vehicleTwo men have been charged with attempted murder following high-speed chase across south-east Queensland on ThursdayThey allegedly stole three vehicles and hit a police officer with their carNew footage shows Christmas Jeans True Religion how the dramatic chase came to a headA?Pair were arrested in Tweed Heads after they crossed over to NSWPolice used road spikes to stop vehicle after dramatic four hour chaseA?Man, 32, allegedly fired a number of shots at police before he was struck by a car and officers were able to arrest himA?ByEmily Crane for Daily Mail Australia Published: Christmas Jeans True Religion 10:03 GMT, 9 February 2015 | Updated: 01:03 GMT, 10 February 2015 13 shares Dramatic new footage released by police shows in greater detail how a four-hour long police chase which travelled across the border between two states came to a head last Thursday.The video looks like something from an action movie, and shows two men who took officers Christmas Jeans True Religion on a terrifying chase as they hijacked multiple vehicles along the way.The two men were charged with attempted murder after allegedly stealing three vehicles at gunpoint and hitting a police office with a car during their dramatic dash for freedom across south-east Queensland on Thursday.The pair were arrested in Tweed Heads following the four hour pursuit from Caboolture to Christmas Jeans True Religion Brisbane, the Gold Coast and into NSW.A?A?Scroll down for videoA? New police footage shows the dramatic moment a bare-chested tattooed man emerged from a stolen car and allegedly fired shots at police following a high-speed pursuit across Queensland on Thursday afternoon Spanning 150 kilometres the chase came to a dramatic end when one of the men jumped out of Christmas Jeans True Religion a blue car and fired shots at police Spanning 150 kilometres the chase came to a dramatic end when one of the men jumped out of a blue car and fired shots at police.The other can also be seen leaping from the car and pair make a dash across multiple lanes of traffic, weaving in between cars in an Christmas Jeans True Religion attempt to escape.The man with the gun appears to fire again at a passing car before his erratic behaviour causes one vehicle to slam into the back of another. The shirtless gunman was mowed down by a car while weaving in and out of trafficA? He also caused this crash between another two vehicles when one driver slammed on Christmas Jeans True Religion their brakes He continued to run across the motorway after being hit by a black car, still fleeing from policeAfter a bungled attempt to hijack yet another car, the gunman is mowed down by an oncoming car, which also flings the gun from his grip.Without his weapon he continued running away from police before he is finally pinned down Christmas Jeans True Religion by police, while another officer arrests the second man.A?NSW police, who had been alerted to the men's impending arrival, used road spikes to initially stop their car on the Pacific Motorway near the Tugun tunnel. The man with the gun was eventually apprehended by police His younger accomplice was also arrested and the pair were due to front court Christmas Jeans True Religion on FridayA Queensland police helicopter tracked the men in a blue Mitsubishi Lancer as they travelled down the motorway.Police say when the car stopped, a 32-year-old man got out armed with a semi-automatic handgun and fired a shot at an officer.'He then allegedly fired a number of shots at a passing car,' NSW police said.The gun was knocked out Christmas Jeans True Religion of his hand when he was struck by a car and the officer was able to arrest him.Police say the car's other occupant, aged 20, was arrested without incident.The two men have been charged with shooting with intent to murder, discharging a firearm to avoid arrest, attempted carjacking and Skye's Law, which relates to the police pursuit.Both men have Christmas Jeans True Religion been refused bail an appeared at Tweed Heads Local Court on Friday. Police say when the car stopped, a 32-year-old man got out and fired a shot at an officer.A?The gun was knocked out of his hand when he was struck by a car and the officer was able to arrest him The men are alleged to have begun Christmas Jeans True Religion their crime spree in Caboolture on Thursday morning when they were pulled over by police in an allegedly stolen car Police say the men fled, hitting an officer's leg with their vehicle. The pair then allegedly stole two more vehicles at gunpoint before driving through the streets of Queensland at high speedsThe men are alleged to have begun their Christmas Jeans True Religion crime spree in Caboolture on Thursday morning when they were pulled over by police in an allegedly stolen car.Police say they fled, hitting an officer's leg with their vehicle.A?The men then allegedly stole two more vehicles at gunpoint.The second vehicle, a 4WD, had a woman and a young child inside, with the gunmen reportedly demanding the woman remove the Christmas Jeans True Religion child before they drove off.They are believed to have ditched the 4WD after realising it was low on fuel and stole a third car, the Lancer, then began their high-speed journey south. A Queensland police helicopter tracked the men in a blue Mitsubishi Lancer as they travelled down the motorway .