After searching for more than four hours, Honolulu police captured a suspect they'd witnessed breaking into a car.
They caught him hiding on Papailoa Road Friday night.
His accomplice had already been arrested, after nearly running over two officers and crashing into several police vehicles.
It all started just before 4:30 p.m. at Waimea Bay.
Police, conducting a special operation to address a recent rash of car break-ins, saw a man break into a rented Dodge Charger.
They then saw him get into a gold SUV and then confronted the two men in the SUV.
That's when police say the driver reversed and tried to run over the two officers.
The SUV took off down Kamehameha Highway, and moments later crashed into three police cars.
The driver was arrested at the scene and was booked for attempted murder of a police officer and criminal property damage.
But the passenger got out of the vehicle, climbed over a large wall, then escaped down Papailoa Road -- a dead-end residential street, which leads to the beach.
Police searched the area for several hours without any luck.
But then, just before 9 p.m., police caught the second suspect hiding on a property on Papailoa Road.
He was arrested for breaking into the car.
The stolen items have been recovered.
"They found my mini iPad, and my father's ID and credit cards," visitor Matias Martin said. "I feel relief."
The officers involved in the crash were not injured.
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