OKC Police: Carjacking Suspects Crash Stolen SUV Into Home
OKLAHOMA CITY - Oklahoma City police are looking for two carjacking suspects who ran away after crashing the stolen vehicle into a home early Tuesday morning.
The suspects reportedly crashed the stolen SUV into a home, located near N.W. 22nd and Villa, and ran away from the scene. We spoke with Rick and his wife, who have lived at the home 11 years. They have an infant and a 6-year-old child. Everyone is OK.
Rick said the family was asleep when they heard a car slam into their home. When he peaked outside, he yelled to the people inside the SUV to see if they were OK. They said yes. He called 911 and then came back out, only to notice the man and the woman were gone.
Rick said he found out through police the two were suspects in a carjacking around 4 a.m. Tuesday. A woman was near N.W. 17th and Villa when two people stole her white Mercury Mountaineer.
That SUV has been towed away for evidence. Police are still looking for the suspects.
Rick joked he never liked the windows on the porch and planned to remodel. Now the suspects did the demolition work for them.