TARZANA (CBSLA) — Burglary suspects fired at police officers in a quiet Tarzana neighborhood after reportedly trying to break into the home of rapper Chief Keef.

Officers on patrol spotted two men jumping a fence from a backyard in the neighborhood at about 10 p.m. and confronted them. One of the suspects fired a shot, but none of the officers were hit or returned fire.

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This prompted a major police response, including officers with K9s and rifles drawn.

The five-hour search wrapped up by about 4 a.m., with both men in custody. One of the men had a gun when he was arrested, according to police.

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One of the suspects was taken away in an ambulance after being injured while being corned by K9 officers.

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TMZ reports the suspects had broken into the home of rapper Chief Keef, who was apparently home at the time, but was unaware of the break-in. Bricks were reportedly thrown at the house and broke a window, and one suspect got into the house.

LAPD officers returned to the scene with specialized equipment, including metal detectors.

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