(CBS) — Police in North Riverside say four men are in custody after a home invasion and foot chase Friday morning.
There was someone in the home when the four men got inside, says North Riverside Deputy Police Chief Deborah Garcia.READ MORE: Jubilant And Inspired Fans, Booming Businesses Near Wintrust Arena As Chicago Sky Win WNBA Championship
She says that person managed to get out of the house in the 2200 block of Northgate and call 9-1-1.
“Officers arrived on the scene and observed four male suspects exiting the home. The suspects were ordered to stop, and (they) fled the scene on foot,” she says.READ MORE: CBS 2's Ryan Baker Celebrates Chicago Sky Win With His Family At Wintrust Arena
Deputy Chief Garcia says during the foot chase, officers heard a gunshot. She says no one was hit by that shot; all four men were arrested.
One officer fell during the chase but was injured, she says.
Garcia says several guns were recovered. Police believe the home was targeted, rather than randomly burglarized.MORE NEWS: Robberies On Magnificent Mile Prompt Warning For Businesses