A woman is the victim of a carjacking overnight. We're told the victim was approached by three men about 2:20 a.m. Friday near East Admiral Place and South 72nd East Avenue. Tulsa Police Corporal R.W. Solomon tells us that the suspects had no weapon at all. "They really strong-armed her out of her vehicle when she engaged in conversation with them," Solomon said. We're told that the men took her car, her purse and her cellphone and drove away. Tulsa County deputies spotted the car just minutes later on Pine Street and followed the driver. "The vehicle crashed into a red pickup truck in a driveway at the intersection of about 7500 East Pine Street." A Tulsa police canine tracked their trail, but lost the scent. The victim was not injured. We're told that the suspects were described as two black males. The armed robbery suspect appeared to be about 22 years old, about five feet nine to five feet ten inches tall and was wearing a yellow teenshirt. "The other subject was in a white, wife beater-type teeshirt and was also about the same age, height and weight," Solomon said.