OKC police apprehend four suspects accused of stealing a Jeep and fleeing

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OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Oklahoma City police have now apprehended the remaining stolen vehicle suspect who fled on foot in the area of NE 23rd Street and MLK, Friday night.

The suspect, along with three other suspects, all of whom have not yet been identified, stole a Jeep from a neighborhood, two days ago.

The suspects fled on foot when police spotted the stolen Jeep.

All four suspects have now been arrested. The suspects were described as an adult and three juveniles.

Canines were used to locate the suspects.

Police used a stun gun on one of the suspects, likely one of the juvenile suspects, a police official said. No one was injured.

The Jeep was returned to its owner.

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