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Crime 3 found hiding in dumpster after leading police on chase in Oklahoma City, police say

19:45  14 november  2019
19:45  14 november  2019 Source:   koco.com

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Three people were found hiding in a dumpster after leading police on a chase overnight in Oklahoma City, police officials confirmed.

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According to police, officers tried to pull over a car near Northwest 61st Street and Shartel. The driver failed to stop, leading police on a chase.

Police said the suspect vehicle crashed near Southeast 32nd Street and Shields. Two women and a man got out of the car and ran away.

After a short search, police said they found all three hiding in a dumpster.

No names have been released.

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