Photojournalist Erin Winking caught the suspects trying to escape police.
Suspect Terrence Reed under arrest.
ATM Reed and the other suspect tried to rip from the ground.
Tulsa police took one of two suspects into custody after an attempted ATM robbery and lengthy police pursuit.
Officers first got the call early Tuesday from officials with Bank of America. They got alarm notices from the company's ATM located near Pine and Cincinnati.
Police said the two men in the truck wrapped a chain around the machine and hooked it to the truck in an attempt to pull it from the ground.
When the suspects saw officers, they abandoned the effort, took off and led officers on a chase that lasted almost 30 minutes. The chase covered almost every north Tulsa neighborhood before the driver, later identified as Terrence Reed, hit stop sticks which punctured the truck's tires. The passenger bailed out along the way, and at last check, was still missing.
Reed eventually abandoned his efforts near Yale & Apache. A K-9 officer helped bring him into custody without incident.
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