Tulsa police are searching for two people who they say stole a car and then rammed it into a nightclub several times.
The manager at Rodeo said they hit the ground running after seeing someone had destroyed their door and office, and plan to have the club back open by Thursday.
You can see the people drive up in the car in the surveillance video.
Tulsa Police said two people stole the red car from a nearby QuikTrip, drove it to the Rodeo Nightclub at 2 a.m., then rammed it in the building over and over.
“I got a call that someone drove through our exit door,” said Manager Blake Moses. “Obviously they can't read because the entrance was right here."
“This vehicle, drivers and a passenger rammed the wall multiple times,” said Officer Danny Bean.
The damage was extensive.
Everything inside was ruined and the car was stuck.
"They find the car is really inside,” Bean said. “It’s been wrecked."
Since then, DJ and Manager Blake Moses said crews have been working to clear out the inside, install a new door and barriers too.
“Within the last 8 hours of working we have it cleared out electricians for heating and air,” said Moses.
Moses said several people have offered to help. Someone donated a dumpster and others have offered to help rebuild.
The damage will cost thousands of dollars.
“Once the city comes through, we're good to go Thursday."
Police are still looking for those two people. if you know anything, call Crime Stoppers at 918-596-COPS.