Morning chase ends near Furley

One of the suspects prepare to get out of the truck after a chase Monday. (KSN photo / Scott Dietz)

WICHITA, Kansas – A chase that started in northeast Wichita Monday ended near Furley, Kansas after the suspect’s vehicle ran over spike strips.

Wichita police began chasing a white pickup around 11:30 a.m. Monday that was believed to be involved in an early morning home burglary.

Police called off the chase as it went through neighborhoods.

The Bel Aire Police Department, along with the Kansas Highway Patrol, spotted the vehicle and resumed the chase.

The truck went over a set of deployed spike strips and slowed but continued driving. The truck stopped on the side of the road near 3rd and Greenwich in Furley, Kansas.

Chief Darrell Atteberry, Bel Aire Police Department, said four suspects were taken into custody. They included three men and one woman.

The truck was turned over to the Wichita Police Department for processing. Chief Atteberry said one of the male suspects jumped out of the truck near the 7200 block of North Greenwich and was taken to the hospital with minor injuries.

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