Thieves slam truck into business before robbery

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- Authorities are searching for three suspects wanted for sending their pickup truck through the side of a business, then robbing it Tuesday morning.

The incident happened at the Ace Cash Advance in the 3300 block of Jackson Avenue just before noon.

After running the black GMC Sierra into the side of the building, the thieves grabbed what they could, then jumped into a black Nissan Juke and fled the scene.

The getaway vehicle was later found in the 3700 block of Berkshire. The suspects had crashed that vehicle into a fire hydrant.

Authorities said the Nissan had been reported stolen back in December 2016. It's unclear at this time if one of the suspects drove the Nissan to the store or if they stole it as a means of escape.

One person was injured when the suspects slammed their car into the Ace Cash Advance. She is expected to be okay.