A suspect was in custody and two others were at large following a burglary and a short vehicle pursuit Sunday in Thousand Oaks, sheriff's officials said.
The burglary at Latino Meat Market, 711 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd., was reported about 4:30 a.m., according to Ventura County sheriff's Senior Deputy Michelle Kristol.
Someone reported seeing three suspects who wore masks and hooded sweatshirts forcing entry through a back door of the business.
The suspects soon were spotted leaving the business and driving off, Kristol wrote in a news release.
A caller gave dispatchers a description of the getaway vehicle and deputies racing to the area spotted the suspect vehicle and tried to stop it, Kristol said.
The driver would not stop and a short pursuit ensued, Kristol said.
Eventually the vehicle was involved in a crash and all the occupants ran into a residential neighborhood, where police dogs and a helicopter crew looked for them.
Only one man was found, Kristol said.
Suspect descriptions were not available Sunday evening, nor was the name of the man arrested.