BROKEN ARROW, Okla. — Broken Arrow police arrested five people accused of working together to break into a powersports dealership.
Officials told FOX23 the suspects cut through several chain link fences to get inside Shaggy's Powersports on Saturday.
Police Found One Suspect Hiding Under A Van
When police responded to a security alarm going off at the business, they saw five people running away from the west side of the building. After a short chase, one of them was found hiding under a van.
Officers quickly caught two more suspects and the last wo were caught by a K-9 unit.
Police Found A Key In One Suspect's Pocket
Police said Drevain Overstreet, Lloyd Clemmons, Tymee Peters, Ramon McBee and a teenager were seen on video breaking into the business. Investigators found bolt cutters allegedly used during the break-in. A key to one of the vehicles inside the business was found in McBee's pocket.
The suspects face charges including burglary and obstruction.
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