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Police searching for third suspect in high-speed chase

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SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - A man and woman are in custody Friday after a dramatic high speed chase that ended in a struggle with officers.

Police are still on the lookout for a third suspect.

It all started around 10 p.m. Thursday when police responded to reports of a burglary and possible shooting near 65th and Skyline.

Officers tried to pull over a sedan near the scene, but the driver sped away, leading a chase that lasted nearly 20 minutes.

It ended in Paradise Hills when the driver blew out two tires and took off running.

He was tased, after getting into a fight with officers in the 5500 block of Hopkins Street near Chattanooga.

A female passenger was also arrested but a man in the backseat got away.

Police have not said whether the chase suspects were involved in the burglary.

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