|Updated: 9/25/2012 10:26 pm
||Published: 9/25/2012 8:44 pm
A morning drive home for a Midtown Tulsa woman turned violent. She declined an interview with FOX23. However, Tulsa police said after she dropped off her kids at school, police said she headed home. As she pulled up, she noticed an unfamiliar vehicle parked in her driveway.
Police said that's when the eventual victim pulled a little closer to get a better look. Police said she wrote down the tag number. In the time that took, the people inside the vehicle tried to leave.
The victim followed.
Police said the suspects then placed their vehicle in reverse and rammed home owner's car.
She got a look at the thieves before they got away, and offered a description to police.
"It is shocking that it happened so close to me,” said neighbor, Victoria Patuto.
Patuto won't be in the neighborhood much longer.
"I'm kind of glad that I’m getting out of this area at this time," said Patuto.
Patuto said not much really happens in the neighborhood, which is why Nellie Edelman is concerned. She lives down the street from the victim; she’s lived in the neighborhood 15 years.
"It's scary. It really is," said Edelman.
Police said the tag number, vehicle description and tips led them to pictures of the suspects.
Officers said they stole the vehicle they were driving, and they haven't been caught.
"We're not sure they acted alone. There could have been other individuals involved," said Officer Jillian Roberson. "We don't encourage you to go after individuals that are committing crimes."
If you know anything about this burglary, or the women involved call Crime Stoppers at (918) 596-COPS.