HAYS, Kan. (KSNW) — An armed robbery led to a rollover crash in western Kansas on Sunday.

According to the Hays Police Department, at 10:40 a.m., dispatch received the first call of an armed robbery at the Dollar General in the 1200 block of E. 27th St. in Hays.

Hays police say the cashier reported a black man with a handgun robbed the store of money before leaving and that no one was hurt.

Upon arrival at the scene, officers began searching the area. Through an investigation, the HPD learned that there were three suspects that left the scene in a black Ford pickup truck with a topper.

At 12:09 p.m., an attempt to locate was issued for the three suspects, who were considered armed and dangerous.

The three suspects were later located at the Sonic in Oakley by a Kansas Highway Patrol lieutenant.

The suspects fled, and a vehicle pursuit ensued.

During the pursuit, the suspect’s pickup truck drove westbound in the eastbound lane on Interstate 70, putting the public in harm’s way.

The KHP trooper performed a tactical intervention, rolling both cars.

The trooper was temporarily trapped inside his car. He received minor injuries.

At 12:29 p.m., all suspects were taken into custody. The woman suspect was taken to a local hospital for injuries she endured in the rollover. The two men suspects were taken to the Ellis County Jail and are being held for armed robbery, according to the HPD.

A firearm used in the robbery and other evidence discarded from the suspect’s pickup truck during the pursuit were located and recovered