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OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Police in northwest Oklahoma City are investigating a bizarre scene involving a carjacking suspect at a convenience store.

Shortly before 6 a.m., authorities were called to the Casey’s General Store near Hwy 66 and Sara Rd. after multiple cars were involved in a crash.

Investigators soon learned a man was filling up his gas tank in a red truck, but left the door open. At that point, the alleged suspect walked up and stole the truck.

Officials say the victim climbed into the truck and a struggle ensued. The suspect was able to put the truck in gear and dragged the victim for a short distance.

The suspect crashed into several vehicle in the parking lot before slamming the truck into the convenience store.

Officials say the suspect tried to a steal a beer delivery truck, but the driver refused to open his door.

At that point, the suspect took off running for a couple of blocks before he was arrested.

In all, three people suffered minor injuries from the crash.

Officials say 61-year-old Kenneth Fuller was arrested on complaints of robbery, leaving the scene of an injury accident, resisting arrest, and assault and battery.