Police say they recovered a stolen car parked in a Tulsa garage and arrested a man and a woman.
The two were identified as 25-year-old Neil Young of Bristow and 30-year-old Ariana Breivik of Tulsa.
Police said the car was involved in a robbery and shooting several days ago, but didn't give any details.
Officers got a tip that the gold Lincoln Town Car was parked at a home in the 6300 block of South 109th East Avenue.
Sgt. Darren Bristow said officers surrounded the home and told everyone inside to come out. He said six people did, including Young who police arrested on an outstanding felony warrant.
Because police weren't sure if anyone was still inside the house, officers then protected the tow truck operator with bullet proof shields while he removed the car from the garage, Sgt. Bristow said.
Police said they discovered no one was in the house.
Police say the Lincoln Town Car was stolen during a carjacking incident last Wednesday. In that incident, police say several people got into a victim's car near 81st and Memorial and drove to west Tulsa, where they hurt him, left him and drove off.
They say those carjackers are still on the run.