The Davidson County Sheriff's Office says two men arrested after an armed-robbery followed by a high-speed chase and a manhunt have now been charged in the case.
High Point police arrested 21-year-old Marquis Rayshun Humphrey and 20-year-old Lord Shahki Allah Black both from Greensboro.
Both are now charged with two counts of Robbery with a Dangerous Weapon, one count of Safecracking, three counts of Second Degree Kidnapping, one count of Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon, one count of Felony Larceny of a Motor Vehicle and one count of Assault by Pointing a Gun.
Police say on Thursday, Humphrey and Black robbed a Dollar General on North Greensboro Road in Thomasville and about an hour later, hit a Dollar Tree store on Eastchester Drive in High Point.
Police say the men were armed with long guns and "aggressively" robbed the stores but no one was injured.
Captain Mike Kirk with High Point Police told WFMY News 2 the Dollar Tree robbery happened around 8:20am. A customer followed the suspects before patrol cars caught up and pursued the suspects.
The chase went from Eastchester to I-40 into Kernersville near Highway 66 where the suspects lost control of the car and crashed.
According to police, the vehicle they were in was registered to someone in Thomasville.
After the vehicle crashed, Captain Kirk says, Humphrey and Black took off on foot.
The search forced a lockdown at Calebs Elementary, Southeast Middle, Bishop McGuinness High and Glenn High as a precaution.
The men were both eventually arrested not too far from the crash site.
One suspect was found hiding in a barn.
Both men are in the Guilford County Jail in High Point on a $1,050,000 secured bond. They have also been charged with a robbery in Winston-Salem.
They'll appear for their charges in Davidson County on September 29, 2014 in Lexington District Court.
Police from Guilford County, Highway Patrol, Davidson County and Kernersville helped High Point officers in the manhunt.