Ashley Smith, 26, and Timothy Hartford Jr., 38, were in an SUV with a 6-month old infant and they're all okay, according to police.
Investigators say the pair was involved in the Thursday shooting deaths of a 64-year-old man and a 77-year-old woman delivering a Meals on Wheels lunch to him at his home in Winston-Salem.
The volunteer's husband was wounded but survived
Police had no motive for the shootings.
Police wanted to talk to a man who they said was seen leaving the home's driveway in a gray or silver Ford Expedition.
That killing sparked a manhunt which spilled into Virginia when that SUV was spotted on the Interstate in Suffolk at 1:40 a.m.
Several State Trooper vehicles, with lights flashing, tried to stop the vehicle and stop spikes were deployed at one point, but the vehicle kept going.
The pursuit continued into Chesapeake, Portsmouth and then ended at the downtown Norfolk parking garage around 2:00 a.m.
Police asked people to avoid the area around MacArthur Center Mall as troopers, Norfolk Police and SWAT officers converged on the scene.
The infant is with Norfolk Social Services.