POSEN, Ill. (CBS) — Police from multiple agencies late Thursday apprehended two people in a vehicle that has been linked to a shooting in Calumet City after a pursuit.

Police in Calumet City said it all started at 3:49 p.m., when an officer on patrol saw a black sport-utility vehicle that had been reported stolen in Chicago.

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The same vehicle had been linked to a shooting incident in Calumet City, police said.

Calumet City officers tried to pull over the vehicle, but its river fled. A vehicle pursuit ended in Posen on 147th Street just east of Interstate 57, after the vehicle struck another car.

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Both vehicles were damaged, but no injuries were reported, police said.

Meanwhile, the men bailed from the car and a search lasted for hours at Interstate 57 and 147th Street/Sibley Boulevard.

Illinois State Police ultimately took both suspects into custody and turned them over to Calumet City police.

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Calumet City police said a gun was found in the car they ditched.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff