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WEST SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Two teen robbery suspects are accused of leading police on a brief high speed chase through residential streets Saturday.
Neighbors spotted several unknown subjects walking out of a home at about noon and called police, who found the suspects near Lake Washington on Southport Parkway and gave chase when they fled.
The occupants drove about 5 miles before ditching the vehicle near Bright Avenue. Police quickly arrested two teen suspects, but a third suspect evaded capture after police searched the area.
Investigators recovered a number of allegedly stolen items from the suspects’ vehicle and are still searching for a gun believed to have been used in the robbery.
The identities of the subjects have not been released.