STERLING, MASS. (WHDH) - Police were on scene outside a daycare in Sterling Wednesday after officials said police tracked down a vehicle involved in a high speed chase following an armed robbery.
Police said the chase started after an AT&T store in Londonderry, New Hampshire was robbed at some point after 2 p.m. Wednesday afternoon.
Police issued a “be on the lookout” message for a vehicle and suspects in the case. They soon found the vehicle, with Boxborough police picking up a chase before state police said crews ended their pursuit due to congested roadways.
Police said suspects bailed out after crashing their car into a snowbank near Little Ones Child Care in Sterling. Police said the three suspects tried to call a taxi, only to be captured by state police troopers and Sterling police.
No one was injured. State police later brought in K-9s to scour the area Wednesday afternoon looking for evidence.
The state police marine unit was separately seen searching a pond in West Boylston looking for possible evidence in connection with the chase.
The vehicle involved, sporting New Jersey license plates, was towed away around 5 p.m.
Officials with Little Ones in Sterling said everyone inside their facility was okay, adding that suspects never entered the building.
An investigation into this incident is ongoing.
The suspects are expected to face charges in both Massachusetts and New Hampshire.
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