Three people on Wednesday were taken into custody, but some are believed to still be on the run, following a high-speed pursuit that came to an end at a country club in Millbrae, according to the California Highway Patrol.
The vehicle at the center of the chase, which snaked through Peninsula cities at speeds of about 70 mph on surface streets and around 100 mph on area freeways, was linked to a carjacking, CHP officer Brandi Stephens said.
Officers, after running its license plate, tried to pull over the vehicle on Interstate 380, but the suspects failed to yield. The chase continued onto southbound Highway 101, Stephens said.
The 2004 Honda eventually crashed through a fence at the Green Hills Country Club and came to rest on someone's property, Stephens said. The people inside the car jumped out and fled on foot or hid in nearby bushes.
Side-by-side with police K-9s and other local law enforcement officers, CHP officers with guns drawn searched the neighborhood in hopes of spotting the suspects.
Three of those inside the car — two men and one woman — were eventually taken into custody. The search has since ended, but officers believe there may be a few outstanding suspects still on the loose.
No injuries have been reported, Stephens said.
The suspects are being questioned and an investigation is ongoing.