Arrest following overnight high-speed chase from San Francisco to Oakland

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Police arrested a carjacking suspect, accused of leading authorities on a high-speed chase from San Francisco  to Oakland early Wednesday morning.

San Francisco Police tell KTVU, that a man and a woman parked their car on Jones Street, near O'Farrell Street in the city's Tenderloin District.

Just before 2:15 a.m., the suspect approached them, and demanded their car keys, said authorities.

The victims feared the man was armed, so they gave him the keys.

He then drove off, but San Francisco police located him, and then gave chase.

Although police later stopped the pursuit, the CHP spotted the car, and chased after the suspect.

The pursuit ended when the suspect crashed at the offramp from Interstate 580 eastbound to Seminary Avenue in Oakland.

Officers took him into custody, and San Francisco Police went to the crash scene, and is conducting an investigation.

The two victims who had their vehicle stolen, were not injured in the carjacking. 

Authorities have not revealed the identity of the suspect.