OKLAHOMA CITY - Two people have been arrested and two others detained after a police pursuit early Wednesday morning in northwest Oklahoma City. 

Police were involved in a pursuit near NW 10th Street and Meridian Avenue involving a stolen vehicle. 

According to police, officers attempted to pull over a stolen vehicle but the driver sped off. The vehicle drove through a park near NW 22nd Street and Interstate 44 and then continued on to the interstate. 

Oklahoma Highway Patrol saw the driver enter the highway and sped off. Police attempted to pull the driver over, but they did not stop. 

Troopers did not know that Oklahoma City police had been in pursuit, police told News 9. 

Four passenger were inside the vehicle. The driver got out of the car while the vehicle was rolling to a stop. A passenger tried to run away but was caught by police.

Officials said the vehicle has been towed and the three passengers were detained. One was arrested for a warrant.  

A K9 officer found the driver about 4 a.m. in a shed, police said.