Man leads police on high-speed chase through NW Oklahoma City, Edmond

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OKLAHOMA CITY  – A man led police on a high-speed chase through northwest Oklahoma City and Edmond early Wednesday morning.

Police say the chase started near NW 32nd and Classen when a driver left their keys in the ignition while he went inside a gas station.

When the driver came out, the truck was gone.

Police officers say they spotted the vehicle near Hefner and Western and attempted to pull the vehicle over.

The man who allegedly stole the vehicle then led police on a high-speed chase.

At one point, officers had to back off the chase due to safety concerns.

Officers were able to catch up to the vehicle and attempted to stop the vehicle using stop sticks.

But the driver kept going, and even drove through an apartment complex near 15th and S. Broadway in Edmond.

Police say the chase eventually came to an end near 164th and Broadway.

Officers arrested the man who allegedly stole the vehicle around 3:30 a.m.


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