OKC police call off search for pursuit suspect

The white truck is the vehicle a suspect drove towing a trailer with motorcycles in it. All of the vehicles had been reported stolen. The pursuit by the OKC police ended near NW 27th St. and Kings Rd. in Moore. (Steven Anderson/KOKH)

The Oklahoma City police were involved in a short pursuit Wednesday evening that ended after the vehicle crashed.

The pursuit began about 6:30 p.m. in the 3500 block of S. Interstate 35 when someone called police and told them they were following a trailer they owned that had been stolen. An OKCPD officer, according to a police spokesperson, found the vehicle pulling the stolen trailer. The suspect vehicle fled from the officer. A short time later the vehicle lost the trailer near SW 104th St. and S. Santa Fe Ave. and then crashed near NW 27th St. and Kings Rd. in Moore. Police report the suspect hit a number of vehicles during the pursuit.

The driver of the vehicle fled the area on foot. A woman stayed with the vehicle and was taken into custody, but is expected to be released.

Police instituted a search of the area for the suspect but called it off about 8 p.m. The suspect remains at large.

Investigation showed the truck was stolen from Oklahoma City on Tuesday, the trailer was stolen from Oklahoma City on Wednesday and the the motorcycles were stolen on Wednesday from Moore.

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