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Friday night pursuit of stolen vehicle started in Oklahoma and ended in Missouri.

The chase started in Ottawa County, Oklahoma Friday night at 11 PM.

The pursuit involved a gray Ford F-250 leading several agencies across two states that was initially stolen from NEO A&M College in Miami, Oklahoma.

Originally, Eastern Shawnee authorities found the vehicle in Ottawa County, which was occupied by three unknown individuals. A pursuit was initiated that crossed over Oklahoma state lines into Missouri from State Route U.

The vehicle reportedly went East on State Route U, North on MO-43, East on I-44, South on South Rangeline at Joplin. East on Silver Creek Drive, and was then stopped at 3800 S Duquesne.

The Ford F-250 was found in the area of 3800 South Duquesne Road, just south of I-44. A perimeter was set up at this location by authorities.

Three people fled on foot from the location, and a Joplin Police K9 Unit attempted to find these individuals but was not successful. 

No one was injured in the pursuit.

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