CHICAGO (CBS) — Two teenage carjacking suspects were arrested in Englewood overnight Monday into Tuesday following a wild police chase.

Police said at midnight Tuesday morning, the two juvenile offenders were spotted traveling in what police said was a white BMW that had been taken in a carjacking.

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They were pursued by Illinois State Police, and ended up rear-ending a marked Chicago Police squad car in the 4800 block of South Wells Street in Fuller Park. The officers were not injured.

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The suspects made it to the 6700 block of South Union Avenue in Englewood and bailed from the car. They were arrested after a brief foot chase.

While police said a BMW was carjacked, video at the scene showed a white Mercedes-Benz.

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One of the suspects, a 14-year-old boy, has now been charged with receiving or possessing a stolen vehicle and leaving the scene of a crime. Police said he was involved in a carjacking that targeted a 55-year-old woman on Sept. 28 in the 3100 block of South Giles Avenue in Bronzeville.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff