Two people were arrested Wednesday following a break-in at a fast food restaurant in the city of Orange and police searched for additional suspects.

Officers responded around 2 a.m. to a Burger King restaurant in the 2600 block of Chapman Avenue and took two suspects into custody, according to Sgt. S. Jorgenson of the Orange Police Department.

There were other suspects outstanding, but the exact number was not immediately available, he said.

Agents with the Los Angeles Interagency Metropolitan Police Apprehension Crime Task Force (L.A. IMPACT) were also involved in the arrests and told a videographer at the scene they had followed the suspects from Los Angeles County into Orange County and the suspects may be part of a crew carrying out robberies in both counties.

A police dog from the Anaheim Police Department was brought in to help in the search.

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