Police: Man on the run after allegedly ramming vehicle into his family’s NW Oklahoma City apartment 

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Police are looking for a man accused of ramming his vehicle into his own northwest Oklahoma City apartment.

According to police, officers responded around 9 p.m. Sunday near NW 23rd and MacArthur after a child called 911.

Police tell News 4 it started as a domestic dispute between a man and his wife when he allegedly strangled and assaulted her. At one point, the woman was able to lock the door, with her husband outside. The man tried to kick the door in, but was unsuccessful.

A police report states that’s when the man drove the family car into the apartment and then fled on foot.

The children, including one who had been injured from debris, and the mother, were taken to the hospital. They are all expected to be OK.

The incident left behind major damage to the apartment.

Officials are still searching for the suspect and have not released a description or any other details.

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