A man who has managed to evade Police for a month, has been arrested after a dramatic chase through Logan.
Kye Enright, 21, was wanted for the murder of 53-year-old Paul Rock who was allegedly stabbed to death in the car park of a Lockyer Valley pub on July 1.
Police issued an alert two weeks ago warning that Enright could be on the Gold Coast, northern New South Wales or Logan and was being helped by friends.
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Officers were patrolling Teys Rd at Holmview around 1pm on Wednesday when they spotted a Toyota Aurion being driven by a man believed to be Enright.
The car then took off at speed with Police giving chase.
Polair was called in, tracking the vehicle to Bayliss Road at Heritage Park where Enright gave himself up without incident.
He’s since been charged with one count of murder, unlawful use of motor vehicle, armed robbery, and two counts of supplying dangerous drugs.
Enright will front the Brisbane Magistrates Court this morning.
His co-accused, 26-year-old Beau Smith was charged with murder last month.
WATCH: PolAir vision of the arrest of Kye Enright