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Man Buys Beer At OKC Liquor Store, Returns To Rob It

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Police say the suspect bought beer at the liquor store before returning the next day to rob it. Police say the suspect bought beer at the liquor store before returning the next day to rob it.
The suspect threatened the clerk with a knife then stole the cash from the register. The suspect threatened the clerk with a knife then stole the cash from the register.
OKLAHOMA CITY -

Oklahoma City police are hoping someone will recognize a man who purchased beer at a liquor store one day before he robbed it.

The suspect was wearing a T-shirt, backpack and baseball cap on the day he bought the beer. Police say he returned the next day, wearing a Dallas Cowboys jersey.

The man pulled out a knife, held it to the liquor store clerk's neck and demanded money. The suspect swiped the cash from the cash register, stuffed it in his pocket and walked out of the store.

Police ask anyone with information about the crime to call Crime Stoppers at (405)235 7300.

Watch video of the liquor store robbery.

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