WETHERSFIELD, Conn. (WTNH) — Authorities captured two men wanted in an attempted burglary at a bank in Norwich, which ended with a police pursuit near the Rocky Hill/Wethersfield town line.

State police said two men tried to break into a drive-up ATM just before 3:30 a.m. at the Berkshire Bank in Norwich. When the suspects attempted to use tools to open the machine, police said an alarm activated, and the suspects took off.

“At the rear of the bank, there is a drive-up ATM,” Scott Meikle with the Norwich police said at a press conference Monday afternoon. “They attempted to use pry bars to pry the ATM open to get access to the safe inside the ATM.”

The suspect vehicle was first seen in the Wethersfield area, then getting off the highway in the wrong direction, damaging the car before abandoning it on the Exit 25 off-ramp, state police said.

“A suspect vehicle was seen leaving the area and entered 395 South,” State Police Lt. Kate Cummings said. “Police followed the vehicle which traveled onto Route 2, Route 3, 91, and eventually the suspect vehicle traveled the wrong way, on northbound I-91 Exit 26 off-ramp, and stopped.”

The suspects then fled the scene on foot, which prompted a manhunt. State police and officers from the Rocky Hill and Norwich police departments swarmed the area along with drones, police dogs, and a Cessna airplane.

The dogs tracked the suspects 10 miles for several hours, state police said. An off-duty Rocky Hill police sergeant spotted the suspects walking near Old Main Street in Rocky Hill.

The men, identified by police as 24-year-old Mark Francis Chee-You of Hartford and 30-year-old Euris Tejada of Rocky Hill, were taken into custody without further incident.

State police charged Chee-You and Tejada with interfering with an officer. Both are being held on $150,000 cash/surety bond pending arraignment Tuesday.

State police said both suspects have “extensive'” criminal histories.

“Although the scene is safe and secure, the investigation is ongoing, and more charges will be forthcoming from Norwich Police Department,” state police said in a statement. “There is no threat to the public. This incident is an example of a complex, multi-jurisdictional investigation in which agencies collaborated to find and arrest suspects.”

Police are investigating other cases that may be connected to Monday’s attempted burglary in Norwich.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates.