WICHITA, Kansas - Wichita firefighters helped subdue a suspect after he threatened them with a knife while running from a crime scene.
Four men saw the suspect breaking into a car around 1:30 Saturday morning in the 900 block of South Enoch.
The suspect pulled out a pocket knife and took off.
The four men chased him to the fire station at Lincoln and Rock where the suspect threatened firefighters with his knife.
Police say the firefighters held him down until officers arrived.
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