Three men have been arrested after a police pursuit came to an end in Arnold during the early hours of Thursday morning.
The three men were believed to be wearing balaclavas and armed with weapons.
They were suspected of carrying out an aggravated burglary on a house in Sheffield.
The men had fled the scene in a car thought to be stolen.
Later in the afternoon, the car was spotted by a Nottinghamshire officer on the A614 near Ollerton.
Officers then began to implement tactics to bring the car to a stop quickly and safely; a stinger was deployed and the car came to a stop in Burntstump Hill, Arnold at around 4pm.
The police helicopter and dog unit were called as all three men made off on foot, however they were quickly tracked down by officers before the dogs or helicopter arrived and were arrested at the scene.
A spokesman for Nottinghamshire Police said: “They remain in police custody and have been taken back to South Yorkshire for processing.”