A white Toyota sedan rounds the corner at the top of the hill at the Starlight Bowl.
The sedan matches the description of a car that has been reported stolen.
Two Burbank police cars and two officers on motorcycles follow closely behind.
Suddenly, the driver bails out of the car and runs into a nearby building. Officers jump out of their patrol cars, red plastic handguns drawn, to give chase.
An officer shouts orders to anyone still inside the vehicle to exit immediately.
A short while later, a K-9 unit arrives and a police dog begins sniffing around the vehicle.
On the radio, an officer in a helicopter surveying the area tells other officers where to set the perimeter for the missing driver.
“Beautiful,” Burbank Police Capt. Mike Albanese says.
Nearly 80 officers from the patrol, gang and traffic divisions spent Wednesday and Thursday in what commanders billed as a rare opportunity to bring several sections together for skills training and team-building exercises.