Two people were arrested Tuesday following a chase and foot pursuit in Becker County.
Becker County Sheriff Todd Glander says a US Fish and Wildlife Service warden made contact with a vehicle and two occupants in the Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge at approximately 9:40 a.m. Tuesday morning.
After leaving the contact with them, he determined there was an issue with the license plate not coming back on file. Upon returning to the scene, the vehicle was gone. He located the vehicle near the intersection of Becker County Highway 29 and Minnesota Highway 34, where a traffic stop was attempted.
The vehicle did not stop. Dispatchers then notified the warden the vehicle was stolen.
The vehicle traveled westbound on Minnesota Highway 34, east of Detroit Lakes, at speeds exceeding 90 miles per hour.
The driver then turned north on 302nd Avenue, went off-road through fields and down a snowmobile before the vehicle's occupants fled on foot.
A perimeter was then set up and a K-9 search begin.
The suspects, 28-year-old Jeremy David Bromley, of Belle Plaine, and 24-year-old Jennifer Gynild, of Minneapolis, were located and taken into custody.
Numerous suspected stolen items were located, along with firearms confirmed stolen.
The case is under investigation.