Police seek driver of stolen SUV

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WASHINGTON COUNTY, Ark. (KNWA) — The Washington County Sheriff’s Office is searching for the driver of a stolen vehicle after a police pursuit through Northwest Arkansas on Saturday.

Police say the pursuit started near the intersection of Gun Club Road and Harmon Road in Fayetteville when the driver of a stolen 2013 Cadillac Escalade fled from officers.

Last night, Saturday, September 14, 2019 at approximately 9:00 pm, WCSO deputies got in pursuit of a stolen vehicle out of Fayetteville. The vehicle was a 2013 Cadillac Escalade.
The pursuit started at Gun Club Rd and Harmon Rd and ended with the stolen vehicle wrecking on White Oak Rd off of Harmon Rd, outside of Tontitown.
The driver fled on foot through a field and was unable to be located. The driver would have been in the area of UA Beef Farm Rd, Blue Hole Rd and Kornhaus Rd.
If you have any information regarding the driver or if anyone saw him in the area, please contact the Sheriff’s Office at (479) 444-5712.
We appreciate your help!

The chase ended with the stolen vehicle wrecking on White Oak Road outside of Tontitown, according to authorities.

The driver successfully fled on foot through a field. Police say the driver would have been in the area of UA Beef Farm Road, Blue Hole Road, and Kornhaus Road.

If you have any information regarding the identity of the driver or his whereabouts, contact the Washington County Sheriff’s Office at (479) 444-5712.

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