Police are looking for an individual after a police pursuit that occurred late Thursday in Sand Springs.
Officers with the Sand Springs Police Department stated the incident took place around 11:45 p.m. and ended when the suspect in a stolen vehicle crashed at 51st and Coyote Trail.
Initial reports state that an officer observed the suspect in the vehicle at a stop sign with his high beams turned on. He remained stopped in the area for a long period of time despite there being no traffic.
Moments later the suspect left the area and the officer was able to catch up after making a u-turn. The unidentified suspect then proceeded to travel down the road at a high rate of speed.
KTUL was told that the pursuit lasted a few miles on rural roads. No injuries were reported in the area during the pursuit.
Police found drugs and paraphernalia in the vehicle during their search. The suspect remains at large and is not believed dangerous.
SSPD was assisted in the incident by Tulsa Police and the Tulsa County Sheriff.
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