LOS ANGELES (CBS LOS ANGELES) — A woman with two dogs stole a motor home in Los Angeles Tuesday night, leading authorities on a wild chase through the San Fernando Valley.

The pursuit began around 7 p.m. Tuesday in Santa Clarita after the RV failed to yield, then sped at up to 60 mph along streets into the San Fernando Valley.

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The suspect reportedly stole the vehicle from Simi Valley before wreaking havoc through the streets beginning near Santa Clarita, eventually ending in a crash in a residential neighborhood of Tarzana.

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During the pursuit, the suspect drove into a mall parking lot in Northridge and crashed into a palm tree, ripping off the windshield and passenger side of the vehicle.

The suspect later crashed into multiple vehicles during the high-speed chase and nearly missed many others.

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