TULSA, Okla. — The Tulsa Police Department located a stolen vintage car Friday that had been missing since early January.
Police say someone stole the 1967 Shelby Mustang GT outside of downtown in the city's Pearl District on Jan. 7.
Officers arrested Nicholas Chamberlin on Tuesday on complaints of Larceny of an Automobile and Second-Degree Burglary. Charges have also been filed for Toni and Roy Morris, who police say were also involved.
Police found the car Friday in Mounds intact, but the hood, doors, and front fender were all removed. The engine is intact, but the car has significant damage.
Detectives also found a stolen dump truck and a stolen sedan on the same property.
Police say tips from the public and interviews led detectives to this area, where an aerial search them to the stolen Mustang.
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