Quick response on the part of Oklahoma City Police officers have led to the arrest of a couple of suspects who may have been involved with several area armed robberies on the city's northwest side.
Early reports indicate that officers responded to a call of someone knowing the location of his cell phone that had been stolen during an earlier armed robbery.
Police used that info and came into contact with the suspect vehicle and a pursuit began near NW 103rd Street and Western Avenue.
The pursuit ended a short while later, near NW 117th Street and Stagecoach Trail, when officers arrested one suspect, walking along the roadway, and the second suspect, who was hiding nearby.
Arrested in connection with the case were 21-year-old Jarrod Truss and 21-year-old Quinton Draper.
Police say the investigation is underway now to see if Truss and Draper were involved in several recent armed robberies in that area.