TULSA, Okla. — Police are looking for a driver who led them on a chase from east Tulsa into south Tulsa in a stolen car late Wednesday night.
Tulsa police told FOX23 officers ran the tag of a Toyota Camry near 21st and Memorial around 10:30 p.m. Wednesday and realized the car had been stolen in an armed robbery and stabbing earlier in the day in east Tulsa.
Police said the driver of the car could be connected to the robbery and stabbing. One man was stabbed and hospitalized in the robbery.
Officer began chasing the car full of three women near 41st and Memorial until it crashed into a utility pole and a fence near 57th and Sheridan.
Police caught two women in the car but they say the driver ran away. One of the two women went to the hospital, but neither will be arrested according to police.
Officers used K9 officers and the TPD helicopter but could not find the driver of the car.
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