TULSA, Okla. - Suspects took a woman's car and then hit her with it in south Tulsa, according to police.
The woman was reportedly leaving her boyfriend's home near 91st and Harvard around 4 a.m. Sunday, police said, when a man and woman approached her.
They said the man had a gun and demanded her 2004 black GMC Envoy.
When the victim tried to stop the suspects from leaving, they allegedly hit her with the car. The woman is now in the hospital. Police said she was conscious and talking to responders when they transported her.
Police are searching for the suspects. The vehicle has Oklahoma tag GXP-305.
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