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UPDATE:Two Arrested after Police Crash
HARRISON TOWNSHIP -- Two men are under arrest after leading police on a chase.
Deputies tell us this all started with a robbery of a home a mile from where the chase ended at the intersection of Geis and Free Pike.
Our cameras arrived on the scene right after the burglary happened in the 3700 block of Pittsburg at Noon Tuesday.
Deputies say two suspects entered the home where the family was inside.
The details are still hazy, but we do know the burglary resulted in the suspects firing shots and the victims firing back.
Bullet casings were found inside and outside the home. Deputies say there were 15 to 25 shots fired.
"With the amounts of shots fired, this could've been a whole lot worse," Chief Dept. Rob Streck, Montgomery Co. Sheriff's Office said on the scene.
Other than a small bullet graze to one of the victims, no one was seriously injured
Were told the two suspects made off with some property and fled the scene.
Shortly after, a deputy saw a maroon car matching the description of the car used in the robbery. The deputy attempted to pull the car over, but the two men in the car fled.
A short chase ended when the suspects crashed into a tree. The suspects got out of the car and ran, but didn't make it far before they were arrested.
But detectives still haven't linked the two men arrested to the robbery.
"At this point, due to the complications, of the investigation, we cannot even say if that vehicle was related to that incident other than it was a car that matched the vehicle," Streck explained.
Detectives believe the car was stolen, so they're working now to determine where the car came from and looking for evidence to link the two men arrested to the robbery.
The investigation is ongoing.
HARRISON TOWNSHIP -- Deputies responded about noon today to Pittsburgh Avenue on reports of a robbery and shooting.
They found a man who had been grazed by a bullet. He was treated by medics at the scene.
He gave a description of the suspects, believed to be two males, and their vehicle.
Deputies say they spotted that car a short time late and pursued.
The suspects' car crashed at Free Pike and Geiss Drive, where the suspects were apprehended after a short foot chase.
Police say they don't believe this incident is related to shooting on James H. McGee Boulevard earlier today. The victim's injury in that incident also was not life-threatening.
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