He and other officers arrested the two people inside, identified as Courtney Rushing, 22, and a juvenile female.
Northcutt Chevrolet in Enid confirmed thieves stole four Camaros from the lot at about 4:30 Wednesday morning.
Northcutt's general manager, Jeff Turnbow, says police used OnStar to find the other three Camaros. He said OnStar began tracking the cars and once they were parked and the engines shut off, remotely disabled them and alerted Tulsa Police to their location.
Tulsa Police recovered them at about 8 a.m.; one in the 1600 block of North Elwood and the others in the 1600 block of North Cheyenne. They did not make any arrests.
Turnbow said the thieves cut a fence and then somehow got the keys to the Camaros, but he doesn't know how. "We're still trying to figure that out," he said.
Turnbow believes they might have been part of a ring that targets specific vehicles.
He had high praise for OnStar. "People don't realize that OnStar is a great tool."