A car travelled at speeds of up to 140mph during a police pursuit on the M25 south of London.
Police cars and a force helicopter chased the BMW coupe as it sped from the Thames Valley area into Surrey, officers said.
A rolling road block was put in place at junction six, near Godstone, to slow traffic down before stopping the BMW.
A 36-year-old man from London has been arrested on suspicion of failing to stop for police and dangerous driving.
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A Surrey Police spokesperson said: "A silver BMW coupe had been pursued by officers in both Thames Valley and the Metropolitan Police areas in connection with criminal offences, when it entered Surrey on the M25 around 2:40am.”
"Officers from the Roads Policing Unit, supported by the Surrey Police helicopter, pursued the car on to the M25 anti-clockwise carriageway, where it travelled at speeds believed to be around 140mph.
"Due to the danger posed by the suspect vehicle, a decision was taken to safely stop the pursuit as soon as possible."