A man and two women are in custody Wednesday following a high-speed chase that sent San Francisco Police Department officers through Hayes Valley, Russian Hill, the Tenderloin and the Mission.

It all started at 1:30 this morning, when undercover SFPD officers caught the suspects breaking into two cars parked on the 2000 block of Sacramento Street, which is right by Lafayette Park, ABC7 reports.

When the cops pulled their unmarked car forward to intercept the fleeing suspects, the alleged car burglars rammed their SUV into the police vehicle, and the chase began. You can see footage of some of the chase, as well as the rammed police vehicle, here:

According to CBS5, police pursued "the suspects at speeds over 60 mph around Hayes Valley, Russian Hill, Tenderloin and Mission neighborhoods."

"The suspects plowed through several red-lights during the pursuit, but luckily not many cars or pedestrians were on the streets," and no one was injured during the pursuit, KRON4 reports.

Police caught up with the suspects at 4th and Clara Streets, a small alley near 80 in SoMa.

The three suspects — a man and two women — were arrested and booked into San Francisco County Jail. A police spokesperson says that their names will be released later today.