Three siblings wanted for bank robbery and the attempted murder of a police officer have been arrested in Colorado, ending a nationwide manhunt.
State police said the two brothers and sister, dubbed the Dougherty Gang, were captured after a 100mph (160 km/h) car chase that ended with a crash.
Last week they allegedly shot at police in Florida and robbed a Georgia bank.
The three had been on the run for more than a week when they were spotted at a campsite in Colorado.
Lee Grace Dougherty, 29, her brother Ryan, 21, and half-brother Dylan Dougherty Stanley, 26, fired shots at Colorado authorities during the chase on Wednesday, state officials told CNN.
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During the shootout that led to her arrest, Lee Grace was shot in the leg near the town of Walsenburg, in southern Colorado, authorities said.
One of the brothers fled on foot but was captured at a nearby hotel, they said.
The Colorado State Patrol public affairs office tweeted: "Short pursuit with 3 sibling fugitives from Florida ends in crash, three in custody."
Trooper Richard Krantz said the trio, from Florida, had been arrested driving a car described a day earlier in a sighting of them outside a Colorado camping store.
They had been on the run since 2 August, when they fired at least 20 shots at a police officer who tried to pull them over for speeding in Florida, authorities say.
Several hours later, three people wearing masks and armed with an assault rifle and a pistol robbed a bank in Valdosta, Georgia, some 200 miles north.