CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — Two juveniles are in custody and a third is under investigation following a carjacking and police chase Wednesday afternoon.

The situation began unfolding just after 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 26. Police responded to the 2700 block of Wilma Rudolph Boulevard where an 80-year-old man reported he had been carjacked.

The victim told police he was hit in the head with a gun by two males who then stole his 2013 Dodge Charger.

While officers helped the victim, the Charger was spotted just before 4:30 p.m. on Jack Miller Boulevard. Police attempted to stop the vehicle, but the suspects refused to pull over.

The police chase went from Clarksville into Kentucky before coming back to Tennessee.

The pursuit eventually came to an end at the intersection of Cranklen Circle and Audrea Lane where the two juveniles — a 15-year-old and a 14-year-old — were arrested.

Police say no one was seriously hurt in the chase. The carjacking victim was taken to the hospital following the incident and was treated and released on the same day.

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A further look into the teens’ criminal history shows that this is not either teen’s first run-in with the law.

The 15-year-old has a long criminal history, including:

  • Theft of a motor vehicle (x9)
  • Unlawful carry/possession of a deadly weapon
  • Unruly or runaway juvenile (x8)

The 14-year-old has been reported as a runaway four times and has faced a simple possession charge.

There is no word yet on what charges those two juveniles face.

Further investigation has revealed a third teenager, another 15-year-old, may have also been involved in the crimes Wednesday. Police believe he dropped off the other two teens while driving another stolen vehicle.

The third teen also has a criminal history of the following:

  • Theft of a motor vehicle (x2)
  • Runaway
  • Domestic assault

Further charges are pending for that teen, as well.

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The investigation is ongoing in this case. Anyone with information or additional video footage is asked to please contact Detective Billotte at (931) 648-0656, ext. 5694.