Tulsa police release surveillance video of ATM break-in

TULSA, Okla. — Tulsa police are searching for several thieves involved in an ATM break-in early Thursday.

Police responded to a bank alarm near 31st and South Sheridan just after 2 a.m. and saw an ATM broken open and money missing.

Soon after, police spotted a truck possibly involved in the break-in and officers tried to pull the truck over when a chase started, police said.

The pursuit ended in Sand Springs when the driver went off the road and broke a fence in a neighborhood near the Zink Ranch exit, police said.

Police tried to look for the driver after they got out of the vehicle but lost them in a wooded area.

No injuries were reported.

A similar attempted ATM theft happened just the day before near 61st and Yale. Police are working to see if there is a connection.