DANVERS (CBS) — Massachusetts State Police arrested a man they say tried to rob a McDonalds, crashed his car, and led them on a foot chase.

Danvers Police said an attempted armed robbery occurred at the McDonalds on Route 114 just after 8 a.m.

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A responding officer spotted the suspect, who drove off and led police on a brief chase.

The man crashed his car in the Route 1 Rotary, and took off on foot into a wooded area.

Police later identified the suspect to be 25-year-old Ryan Joesph Hussein, of Peabody.

A crash in the Route 1 Rotary in Danvers after an armed robbery and chase. (WBZ-TV)

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State Police responded, and the State Police Air Wing, as well as K9 units, helped Danvers Police search for the man.

He was caught after a foot chase.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Doug Cope reports

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