This crime runs in the family.

A Kansas man was busted for driving a stolen Chevy SUV to a local jail to bail out his brother ? who was being held for driving a stolen Chevy SUV, according to authorities.

The sibling already in the pokey, Eric Dean McCracken, 36, had been arrested in Topeka early Friday for allegedly driving a stolen 2007 Trailblazer with a suspended license, the Jackson County Sheriff?s Office said in a release.

A few hours later, his younger brother, Keith Ray McCracken, 32, was also arrested after a short chase with cops tracking the GPS of a stolen 2015 Silverado, the department said.

?It is believed that the younger McCracken was en route to the Jackson County Jail to post bail on his older brother in a stolen vehicle,? Sheriff Tim Morse said in the release.

Keith?s arrest led to a family reunion ? with both brothers ending up in Jackson County Jail awaiting bond, the release said.

Eric McCracken was booked for driving with a suspended license and possession of stolen property. His brother was held for fleeing and eluding a law-enforcement officer, reckless driving, driving with a suspended license and possession of stolen property, the statement said.