Authorities say two San Francisco women were arrested early Saturday after burglarizing a CVS in Brunswick and leading cops on a high-speed chase.
Grass Valley officers were dispatched to the scene at around midnight but the suspects had already fled, according to KTXL.
Shortly after, a Nevada County officer stopped the two suspects on southbound Highway 49.
When the officer asked for their identification, the driver turned the car back on and sped off.
Police say the officer narrowly avoided being injured.
The officer began to pursue the suspects but lost sight of them near Lone Star Road because their speed reached 120 mph and their headlights were off.
The suspects continued through Auburn and eventually lost control and crashed near the court house.
Both suspects, identified as San Francisco residents Nikia Durgin and Kayla Jones, got out of the car and tried to ran away.
They were eventually caught trying to take an Uber to Oakland, police say.
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