Deputies seach for the suspects proved unsuccessful.
The suspects sought by the Fayette County Sheriffs Office for an attempted burglary on Bloomingburg New Holland Road Thursday morning have be apprehended.
The names of the suspects are yet to be released.
The suspects were arrested by members of the Sheriff Office on Washington Waterloo Road after a chase from Hess Road.
Authorites seached for the suspects in a northeast Fayette County corn field Thursday morning after fleeing the residence where the incident took place.
A tower engine and police helicopter were brought in to help with the search but at that time the suspects were able to elude capture.
Our original story from Friday morning can be found below:
The Fayette County Sheriff's Office is currently investigating an attempted burglary in northeast Fayette County. The incident occurred on Thursday morning shortly before 9am.
A resident on Bloomingburg New Holland Road called the sheriff's office after a rear window of the residence was broken out by subjects attempting to gain entry. When the subjects realized the resident was inside the home they fled into a nearby cornfield.
Several deputies responded to the area and established a perimeter around the cornfield and seach for the suspects then began. After several hours of seaching a tower engine from the Washington CH Fire Department and a Columbus Police helicopter was requested to aid in the search.
All efforts made by authorities to located the suspects proved unsuccessful and they were able to escape capture. The suspects remain at large.