Four people were arrested after a pursuit in Renton Wednesday afternoon.
Police said officers were on the lookout for a group of five suspects wanted for several armed robberies across numerous jurisdictions.
Officers located the suspect vehicle and tried to stop it.
Police said officers pursued the vehicle but when the vehicle approached the area of South 43rd Street and Talbot Road South, an officer used his patrol vehicle to push the suspect vehicle into a tree.
The five suspects fled but four of the five, including the drive, were later arrested.
Investigators said a gun was recovered at the scene.
No injuries were reported.
The investigation remains ongoing.
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