Officers took four people into custody following a police pursuit that ended in Wisconsin on Thursday and was captured on dashcam. | Screengrab

Suspects who stole approximately $18,000 worth of products from a store in Highland Park were captured following a police pursuit that ended in Wisconsin and was captured on video.

Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin Police Chief David Smetana said that Illinois State Police were reported to be attempting to stop a wanted vehicle on Thursday.

The vehicle was full of suspects wanted for felonies by the Highland Park Police Department.

The suspects had stolen approximately $18,000 worth of products from the Ulta store in Highland Park.

The vehicle crossed over the Illinois-Wisconsin border on Interstate 94 as it fled northbound.

Pleasant Prairie officers, along with Kenosha County sheriff’s deputies, intercepted the car and began actively pursuing it.

The chase lasted several minutes but came to an end when police squads boxed in the suspect vehicle.

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Authorities released dashcam video of the pursuit, which captured the end of the chase.

All four occupants were arrested and transported to the Kenosha County Jail.

“Nobody was hurt and we had some great teamwork from the Kenosha Sheriff’s Department,” the Pleasant Prairie Police Department said.

The suspects were also wanted for questioning by Mount Pleasant, Brookfield and Menomonee Falls police departments.