Madera County sheriff's deputies are looking for the driver of a stolen car that rammed into the front of a convenience store in Madera County last week.
Surveillance video captured the Chrysler ramming into the front door of the Twenty Two Mile store at 4 a.m. Friday, smashing the glass door but leaving without taking anything.
On Saturday, deputies spotted the stolen car at 4 a.m. near Cleveland and Tulare avenues. The car took off, leading deputies in a chase that ended when the car stopped in a Madera alley.
Deputies arrested the three passengers from Madera, but the driver, identified as 23-year-old Abel Andrew Ramos of Madera, fled.
The passengers -- a 39-year-old woman and two men, ages 32 and 37 -- were booked into Madera County jail.