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Robbery Suspects Try To Use Stolen Debit Card At OKC Store

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Oklahoma City Police released surveillance photos of two people suspected of robbing two victims at gunpoint and trying to use their stolen debit card. Oklahoma City Police released surveillance photos of two people suspected of robbing two victims at gunpoint and trying to use their stolen debit card.

LaShauna Sewell, News9.com

OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City Police are hoping surveillance photos will help them catch the robbery suspects who held up two victims at gunpoint.

The victims say they had just returned to their home near N.W. 63rd Street and N. Meridian Avenue on Sunday, September 25. As they were getting out of their car, two men and one woman approached them and pulled out a gun. They stole the victims' cash and credit cards.

A few minutes later, the suspects tried to use the victims' stolen debit card at an Oklahoma City convenience store. Surveillance cameras at the store captured photos of two of the suspects. Police have released the photos with the hope someone will recognize them.

Anyone with information about their identities should call Crime Stoppers at (405) 235-7300. Callers to Crime Stoppers can remain anonymous.

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