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Suspect In Stolen Vehicle Leads Deputy On Pursuit In NW OKC

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According to the Sheriff's office, the pursuit started at about 11:15 a.m., when a deputy tried to stop a stolen vehicle at Villa and Reno and the suspect took off. According to the Sheriff's office, the pursuit started at about 11:15 a.m., when a deputy tried to stop a stolen vehicle at Villa and Reno and the suspect took off.
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A suspect driving a stolen vehicle led an Oklahoma County Sheriff's deputy on a pursuit Saturday morning in northwest Oklahoma City.

According to the Sheriff's office, at about 11:15 a.m. a deputy saw a man and a woman get out of one vehicle and into another one in the area of N. Villa and Reno Ave.

The deputy determined the second vehicle was stolen and tried to stop it. However, the suspects took off. That's when the pursuit started.

The chase lasted about 20 minutes and ended at an apartment complex at Billen and N.W. 22nd Street.

At some point during the pursuit, authorities say the suspect tried to ram the deputy's vehicle.

According to the Sheriff's Office, the suspects bailed the car and took off on foot. Both were captured a short time later at about 11:45 a.m.

Police have not identified the suspects at this time.

The owner of the stolen car told News 9 her keys were stolen more than a month ago. And Friday night, someone stole her car from her home located near where the chase ended. 

In addition to the vehicle involved in the pursuit, deputies located a second stolen vehicle at suspects' home in the 2200 block of Aurora Court. Deputies also determined that the original vehicle the suspects were seen getting out of before the pursuit started was also stolen.

A total of three stolen vehicles have been recovered following the incident.

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