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Police Search for Suspect that Crashed Car in Front Yard of Home

Wichita Falls Police are on the lookout for a man who took off after crashing his car into someone's front yard on 36th Street.

Police say employees at the Markey La Michoacana, located at the corner of Midwestern Parkway and Jacksboro Highway, called about a suspicious person in the area around 5:30 p.m. this afternoon.


Once police arrived, witnesses said the suspect took off North on Jacksboro Highway.

Officers went to go see if they could find the suspect, when they saw a car that had crashed in a front yard.

Witnesses that saw the crash said the driver took off, leaving the car and some drugs behind.

Police are still investigating, but say they do not believe this suspect is a threat to anyone in the area
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