The two men arrested at South Burnie beach on Tuesday morning have now been charged.
A 27-year-old Burnie man has been charged with evading police in aggravated circumstances and driving while disqualified.
A 31-year-old Burnie man has been charged with one count of possessing a dangerous article in a public place and two counts of possessing a controlled drug.
Both men will appear before the Burnie Court at a later date.
Police would like to speak to anyone who has dash cam footage or saw the vehicle or men in the area. Information can be provided to Burnie Police on 6477 7211 or 131 444.
Two men arrested in scrub at South Burnie beach on Tuesday morning were previously known to police.
Acting Inspector Tony Stewart said they were not being investigated in relation to any other incidents in the Burnie or Somerset area from recent weeks, but police were familiar with the men.
They were arrested about 10am Tuesday following a lengthy police operation and manhunt which began late on Monday night when the driver refused to pull over for police in Simpson Street at Somerset.
Inspector Stewart said there was no connection to last week's manhunt in the Somerset area, a recent vehicle theft and manhunt at Ridgley, or recent incidents in Simpson Street.
No charges had been laid as of 3.30pm Tuesday, but Inspector Stewart was confident police would lay charges against the men once investigations were complete.
He said it was witnesses who informed police the pair had fled the scene across Bass Highway after crashing their car through the fence at the old pulp mill site.
Police also utilised a drone in locating the men in the beachside scrub.
Anyone with further information about the incident should contact Tasmania Police on 131 444.
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