UPDATE: 9-year-old boy at center of Amber Alert safely located, suspect in custody

Suspects break into cars at Fishers YMCA, lead police on chase

This is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated. Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated.

HAMILTON COUNTY, Ind. (March 8, 2015) - Police are still looking for two suspects who broke into cars at the YMCA and led officers on a chase. According to witnesses, two men were spotted smashing car windows at the Fishers YMCA. The incidents happened around 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday.

Fishers Police believe the suspects fled it a car. Officers attempted to pull them over and that's when the chase began.

YMCA patron James Gucinski was on his way to the gym with his two kids when he saw police attempting to pull over the vehicle.

"He was moving at a high rate of speed when he went by us so they were definitely in full pursuit," said Gucinski.

Poilce reports show the suspects headed westbound on 116th street while driving a white Kia. The car was ditched near Gray Road in Carmel, at that point the men took off through a wooded area. The Hamilton County Sheriff's Department assisted in the search efforts and brought in tracking dogs. The suspects were not located.

Officials with the YMCA said have a good relationship with Fishers Police and plan to talk with the department about security. Police want to remind YMCA members to secure their valuables and avoid leaving belongings in their cars.

"We always recommend to all our members and guests to secure their valuables we have a lot of great options here inside of the building. We definitely recommend not to leave anything in your car and lots of different options that are all free," said Jake Reardon-Mcsoley,  Associate Executive Director of the Fishers YMCA.

Police have not said if the suspects managed to steal anything during the break-ins.