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Robbers Ambush Victim, Steal Puppy and Truck

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Police released this sketch of one of the men wanted for robbing a man who posted his truck for sale. Police released this sketch of one of the men wanted for robbing a man who posted his truck for sale.
The white male suspect attempted to use a stolen debit card at an area store. The white male suspect attempted to use a stolen debit card at an area store.
Along with his truck and other electronics, the men also stole Conner's 10-week-old Labrador puppy, Hazel. She was found safe several days after the robbery. Along with his truck and other electronics, the men also stole Conner's 10-week-old Labrador puppy, Hazel. She was found safe several days after the robbery.

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OKLAHOMA CITY -- The Oklahoma City Police Department needs help finding two suspects who ambushed a man trying to sell his truck.

Police said 19-year-old Conner placed a sign at his home that his truck was for sale. Two men, a white male and black male, showed up on January 31 to ask about the truck.

At some point one of the suspects asked to use Conner's phone. Conner went inside to get his cell phone, and when he turned around to come outside, one of the men punched Conner in the face.

Conner was then held at gunpoint while the men bound him with duct tape and zip ties.

The two men then ransacked Conner's home, taking several items inside, including a 10-week-old Labrador puppy. The suspects then left in Conner's vehicle.

Police have since been able to recover Conner's vehicle. The puppy was also found several days later, alive and well.

Both suspects were described as being in their early to mid twenties, approximately 6' 2" tall and weighed about 190 pounds. The white male had blondish brown hair.

Anyone with information regarding this case should call Crime Stoppers at 405-235-7300. Callers to Crime Stoppers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward.

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