PLEASANT HILL -- An Antioch man accused of robbing a cell phone store at gunpoint crashed a motorcycle while officers were chasing him and was arrested Wednesday afternoon, police said.

Tremaine Legrande Moore, 38, may face charges of robbery, false imprisonment, kidnapping during the commission of a robbery, assault with a deadly weapon, evading police, burglary and probation violation, Pleasant Hill police Lt. Dan Connelly said.

A felony arrest warrant had been issued for Moore, suspected of robbing a Parrot Wireless store in the 1300 block of Contra Costa Boulevard on Tuesday.

Detectives were able to identify Moore as the suspect and saw him leave his Antioch residence at an undisclosed time on Wednesday, Connelly said. A detective followed and contacted Antioch police, who tried to pull over Moore.

Instead, authorities said, Moore fled. The pursuit didn't last long and Moore was thrown from the motorcycle after crashing into a curb, Connelly said. He was taken by ambulance to John Muir Medical Center in Walnut Creek, treated for minor injuries and arrested at 3:05 p.m.

Moore had been spotted in a white SUV moments after the Tuesday night robbery, which happened around 6:40 p.m. He also drove off when officers tried to pull him over that night, police said. That pursuit, which started on southbound Highway 242 at the Clayton Road onramp and continued onto southbound Interstate 680, ended when the SUV appeared to hit another car deliberately and police called off the chase, Connelly said.

Police booked Moore into County Jail in Martinez, where he was being held without bail. He is being investigated for possible involvement in other robberies involving cell phone outlets in the area, Connelly said.

Anyone with information is urged to call Pleasant Hill police at 925-288-4630.