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Overnight Burglary Leads To Crash In Wichita Falls

The Wichita County Sheriff's Department is investigating an overnight burglary in Wichita Falls.

Wichita Falls police saw a truck driving with its lights off around 2:45 Friday morning along Seymour Highway. 

As they were about to pull the driver over, he sped up and short chase ensued. 

The driver quickly crashed at a house on Lucile Avenue And Marshal Street in Wichita Falls.

At least one person jumped out of the truck and took off running.

Police searched the area and took a young male in for questioning.

They are still searching for additional suspects.

We'll continue to update you on this story.
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