High speed chase begins in Sapulpa, ends in Sand Springs

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Updated: 3/11/2013 10:03 am Published: 3/10/2013 9:32 pm

Two men were arrested Sunday evening after a high speed chase that started in Sapulpa, and ended in Sand Springs.

Sapulpa Police received a call from Wal-mart saying two men had left the store with two computers they had not paid for. Officers were able to locate the suspects near Highway 66 and Highway 33. It was there the chase began; at times reaching very high speeds.

Police followed the suspects from Sapulpa to Sand Springs. Sand Springs officers were able to stop the chase near 129th West Ave.

The suspects names have not been released yet, no one was injured.

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