The search is on for a man with possible ties to murder.
Joshua Schneider is the subject of that manhunt. The Broken Arrow man has outstanding warrants and is wanted for questioning in the death of Tiffany Maher.
The former Northeastern State University professor was found dead in late May inside her Tahlequah home.
Schneider gave chase Thursday afternoon in South Tulsa. He was riding with an unknown woman and had his 2-year-old daughter in the back seat.
Officers came very close to catching him, but he disappeared near 21st and Highway 169. Two hours later, police found his car near Pine and Garnett. Schneider and the woman ran off, leaving the little girl behind. She was not hurt.
If you see Schneider or know where he is, call 911 or the OSBI at 1-800-522-8017
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