The information was passed on to all local law enforcement in the area. While still investigating the burglary Deputy Chief Schenck observed the vehicle outside the City of Sunnyside and started following the vehicle while he called for additional officers to assist. The suspects spotted Deputy Chief Schenck following them and turned off onto a gravel road and stopped. As Deputy Schenck started to conduct a felony stop on the vehicle the suspects fled in the vehicle. Deputy Chief Schenck pursued the vehicle at speed reaching 90 MPH. The vehicle entered the City of Toppenish at which time the driver lost control of the vehicle colliding with a building. The four suspects then fled the vehicle on foot. All four suspects were located by Deputy Chief Schenk and other law enforcement officers from assisting agencies.
After colliding with the building the vehicle caught fire and was extinguished by Deputy Chief Schenk with a fire extinguisher.
The vehicle was towed to Sunnyside Police Department where a search warrant was executed on it and all the items taken in the burglary were recovered, although some were damaged by the collision and ensuing fire.