CHICAGO — Three persons of interest are in police custody after a police chase led to a SWAT standoff on Chicago’s Near North Side, with a fourth suspect still being sought by police.

According to the Illinois State Police, troopers tried to make a traffic stop on a stolen vehicle around 4:45 p.m. in the area of West 47th Street and South Federal Street, but the vehicle fled the stop and was tracked to the 1100 block of North Wells Street.

Troopers said they took two persons of interest into custody initially after the stolen vehicle stopped in front of a building, and later took a third into custody that was found on the 12th floor.

Law enforcement did not provide any details about the fourth suspect they are looking for as a part of this investigation.

According to the Chicago Police Department, ambulances were called for a tenant and a child that was in the room where the third person of interest was taken into custody. Police said no one was seriously injured during the incident.

Troopers recovered 2 AK-style rifles from the stolen vehicle and 4 handguns from the scene inside of the hotel.