DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Four people in a U-Haul truck have been taken into custody after police say they led authorities in Dallas County on a chase early Thursday morning.

Police say the chase started at a motel in northeast Dallas and then went into Garland. The chase soon involved Garland and Mesquite police and the Dallas County Sheriff’s Office.

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Eventually, the chase ended in south Dallas near Malcom X Boulevard and Elsie Faye Heggins Street at around 4:15 a.m. Four people were taken into custody.

A four-wheeler and three motorcycles were found inside the U-Haul, and police believe they were stolen from local dealerships.

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Police say they believe the suspects are using U-Haul trucks to steal motorcycles and four-wheelers.

According to police, this incident is tied to a previous chase on April 9 involving a U-Haul truck where the suspects abandoned it in a creek-bed. Police say at least one of the suspects that was taken into custody Thursday morning was arrested before for the previous chase.

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The identities of the four people involved have not been released as authorities continue to investigate.