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2 Men Accused Of Stealing From Same Walmart 3 Times Since Black Friday

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Two men are accused of shoplifting at an Edmond Walmart at least three times since November 26. Two men are accused of shoplifting at an Edmond Walmart at least three times since November 26.
The suspects were seen driving away in a Pontiac Grand Am or Grand Prix GT. The suspects were seen driving away in a Pontiac Grand Am or Grand Prix GT.

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EDMOND, Oklahoma -- Police are looking for two men who stole merchandise from an Edmond Walmart three times in the last three weeks.

Police said the men entered a Walmart on Danforth Road and Sante Fe Avenue on Black Friday and walked out with two 32" Vizio LCD TV's through the lawn and garden entrance.

The suspects returned to the Walmart last Sunday and Monday, both times loading merchandise into shopping carts and leaving through the lawn and garden entrance.

The suspects were captured on video surveillance leaving in a red Pontiac Grand Am or Grand Prix GT that had duct tape on the driver's side window and on the trunk. The vehicle was also missing the front bumper, did not have a license plate and had damage to the body of the car.

Anyone with information concerning the suspects or the crime should call Edmond police or Text-A-Tip at 405-625-8398.

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