PINELLAS COUNTY, Fla. (WFLA) — A Belleair police officer was injured while responding to a burglary in Pinellas County Thursday afternoon, according to authorities.

Belleair Police Chief Rick Doyle told News Channel 8 that four teen burglary suspects fled in a vehicle after they were spotted by police. Sometime later, the vehicle’s driver ran a stop sign and crashed into a Belleair Police Department cruiser, injuring an officer.

Police said the suspects were in a stolen car out of Kissimmee.

Two suspects then fled the crashed vehicle but were ultimately captured and taken into custody.

Two other suspects remained in the vehicle and were transported to an area hospital for treatment.

The officer involved in the crash was treated at a hospital for minor injuries and has been released, authorities said.

Melenbacher Road was closed between Gold View Drive and Indian Rocks Road.

Police told 8 on Your Side the suspects face several charges including felony burglary and leaving the scene of a crash involving injury.

The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office will investigate the crash.