PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Two suspects are now behind bars after a police pursuit that started in Delaware County Thursday night ended near the sports complex in South Philadelphia.

Investigators say it all started as a retail theft at a Home Depot in Ridley Township off MacDade Boulevard where several thousands dollars worth of power tools were stolen.

According to investigators, Tinicum Township Police spotted a Dodge minivan carrying four suspects thought to be involved traveling north on I-95 near Philadelphia International Airport.

A pursuit ensued, winding around off I-95 north to Columbus Boulevard and weaving around South Philadelphia.

Investigators say the minivan eventually traveled west on Terminal Avenue, striking a cab that was going north on the 3400 block of Broad Street.

The cab driver and two passengers, a husband and wife, were not injured.

Tinicum Township Police continued following the minivan west on Terminal Avenue.  Investigators say the minivan then struck a one way sign, jumped onto the curb, and came to rest just south of the stadiums at Broad Street near the I-95 off ramp.

The Philadelphia Flyers were playing against the Montreal Canadiens at the Wells Fargo Center at the time of the incident.

“This all happened a little after 8:30 p.m. We have a Flyers game, there’s normally a lot of traffic on South Broad Street right by the entrance of the Navy Yard, it’s a busy intersection,” Chief Inspector Scott Small said.

According to Small, a Tinicum Township police officer accidentally discharge his weapon one time while exiting his police vehicle to make an apprehension. No one was struck.

Two suspects are still at large.

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