**Updated** Three charged after fleeing police in Halifax

**Updated at 12:16 p.m.**

Police say a woman and two men are facing numerous charges after allegedly robbing a Halifax-area store and crashing into three different cars, including a police cruiser.

In a release, Halifax Regional Police say they were called to the scene of a theft at Best Buy in Dartmouth Crossing at around 3:15 p.m. on Saturday, where the trio allegedly hit a parked car while fleeing from the store.

Police say that when they found the suspect car and tried to pull it over, it wouldn't stop and struck a marked police van with two officers, neither of whom were injured.

The chase was called off as the suspects continued onto Waverley Road, where at around 3:45 p.m. they allegedly struck another vehicle, leaving a woman and two children with minor injuries.

The three suspects then tried to run away, but an RCMP officer spotted and arrested two of the suspects near the car.

The third suspect was found and arrested about 15 minutes later with help from the RCMP, Halifax Regional Police and a police dog.

A 28-year-old woman faces charges including theft, dangerous driving, flight from police and assaulting police.

The two men, 38 and 29, both face theft charges, while the 29-year-old is also facing charges of resisting arrest and breach of a recognizance.

Halifax Regional Police say they were set to have a bail hearing on Sunday.

Two men and a woman are facing numerous charges after allegedly robbing a Halifax-area Best Buy and crashing into a police car while they were fleeing.

Halifax Regional Police say they responded to the theft in Dartmouth Crossing yesterday just after 3:15 p.m.

They say they found the suspect vehicle on Main Street and attempted to pull them over, but the suspects fled instead, crashing into a marked police car with two officers inside.

The suspects continued driving away and police called off the chase, but the suspects were later caught after they hit another vehicle on Waverly Road and attempted to flee on foot.

While the officers in the police car were unhurt, a woman and two children in the second vehicle were left with minor injuries.