(CBS DETROIT) – Two teens from Dearborn have been arrested after robbing a Rite Aid in Royal Oak.

On Tuesday, at about 7:20 p.m., police received 911 calls from people reporting an armed robbery at the Rite Aid located at 1026 N. Main St.

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Police say after the robbery, the two teens fled the scene in a black Dodge Durango.

Officers found the vehicle in the area Crooks near Vinsetta, but when they tried to stop it, the driver sped off, leading to a chase through Royal Oak, Birmingham, and Troy.

According to police, the suspects threw a gun out of the vehicle during the chase.

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The chase ended in the Oakland Mall parking lot.

A 17-year-old and 19-year-old suspect were arrested.

The teens face charges of armed robbery, carrying a concealed weapon, and larceny from a building.

Police are still investigating this incident. Anyone with information is urged to contact the Royal Oak Police Department, Criminal Investigations Division Lieutenant Al Carter at (248) 246-3456.

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