PITTSBORO, N.C. (WNCN) — All four people who were wanted in connection with a chase in Chatham County have been arrested, the Chatham County Sheriff’s Office said.

Marcus Brown, 19. (Chatham County Sheriff’s Office)

The third man was arrested late Saturday night after he stole a vehicle and crashed into a trooper patrol car, NC State Highway Patrol said. He has been identified as Marcus Brown, 19, of Jacksonville, Florida.

Brown faces charges of fleeing to elude arrest with a motor vehicle, possession of a weapon of mass destruction, larceny of a motor vehicle.

The bond for Brown has been set at $125,000.

The fourth man was arrested Sunday morning, the Chatham County Sheriff’s Office said. He has been identified as Caleb Kenyatta Sheffield, 19, of Jacksonville, Florida.

Sheffield faces charges of possession of a weapon of mass destruction, possession of a stolen firearm and resist, obstruct and delay. His bond is to be determined.

Adrian Lowery, 24 (Chatham County Sheriff’s Office)

A man and a juvenile were arrested Saturday afternoon following a manhunt, Highway Patrol said. The man has been identified as Adrian Lowery, 24, of Jacksonville, Florida, and the name of the juvenile would not be released because of his age.

Lowery faces charges of possession of a weapon of mass destruction, possession of a firearm by a felon, possession of a stolen firearm and resisting a public officer.

The bond for Lowery has been set at $75,000.

Highway Patrol said they were still searching for the fourth man early Sunday morning.

The chase started around 8:15 a.m. Saturday when troopers attempted to pull over a vehicle for speeding 94 mph in a 65 mph zone on U.S. 64 in Chatham County.

The driver failed to stop, leading to a short chase, troopers said.

Caleb Sheffield, 19, the final suspect arrested.

The chase ended when the vehicle spun out in the median of U.S. 64 just east of Siler City. The four men inside the vehicle ran off into the surrounding woods.

Multiple firearms were discovered during the investigation, troopers later said.

The four people were described as armed and wearing dark clothing. The Chatham County Sheriff’s Office said they should not be approached if they are seen.

A reverse 911 message went out to residents in a 2-mile radius from the area asking them to secure their doors, stay inside, and remain vigilant as law enforcement searched the area, officials said.