Burglary suspects lead police on chase
HOUSTON (KTRK) -- Deputies and police officers are searching the woods for store burglars who crossed county lines trying to get away.
According to authorities, four men, including a getaway driver, broke into a grocery store in Liberty. When police got there, they took off down Highway 90 with their haul of 20 cartons of cigarettes in tow. They were also reportedly trying to get pills from the store pharmacy when they got spooked.
They crossed into Harris County and deputies spiked the van's tires near Shady Lane. All four suspects bailed out. The driver was arrested. But three suspects, all wearing hoodies and bandanas over their faces, are hiding out in the woods. K-9 units are trying to zero in on them now.
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