The occupants of a stolen vehicle fled on foot after crashing into multiple vehicles and a residence in Crystal Lake early Monday morning, police said.
Crystal Lake Deputy Police Chief Richard Neumann said officers attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a black Chrysler 200 sedan around 12:10 a.m. Monday.
The Chrysler, which was traveling westbound on Route 176 near Commerce Drive in Crystal Lake, fled from the officers.
Police did not pursue the vehicle, which was discovered to have crashed into a residence in the 0-100 block of Lincoln Parkway.
The Chrysler was later determined to have been stolen from Beloit, Wisconsin.
A preliminary investigation revealed the Chrysler was traveling southbound on Lincoln Parkway south of Woodstock Street, Neumann said.
The Chrysler left the roadway and caused several crashes that resulted in three vehicles and two residences being damaged.
The occupants of the Chrysler fled the area on foot and are still being sought, Neumann said.
A portion of Lincoln Parkway was shut down for approximately two hours while emergency crews worked the scene.
Neumann said no injuries were reported as a result of the collisions.
The Lake County Sheriff’s Office, the Algonquin Police Department and the Cary Police Department assisted at the scene.
The Lake County Sheriff’s Office said they responded with a canine to help search for the suspects.
The canine tracked for a short distance and ended at a nearby park.
The incident remains under investigation by the Crystal Lake Police Department.
Anyone with information on the suspects is asked to contact the Crystal Lake Police Department at 815-356-3620.
Anonymous tips can also be sent to the Crystal Lake Police Department by texting the word CLPDTIP along with the tip information to 847411.