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Enid Police Seek Suspects In Theft Case

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Enid Police released surveillance photos of a man and a woman wanted for questioning in a theft case. Enid Police released surveillance photos of a man and a woman wanted for questioning in a theft case.
Police say the man and woman were driving a red and tan Chevy pickup truck. Police say the man and woman were driving a red and tan Chevy pickup truck.
ENID, Oklahoma -

Enid Police have released some photos they hope will help identify a man and woman wanted for questioning in the case of a stolen debit card.

According to a just-released report from police, a woman said she arrived at her Enid home on October 11 and placed her purse in the trunk of her car while she walked away for a moment. The woman said when she returned a short time later, the purse was gone. She reported the theft to police.

The same night the woman's purse was stolen, her debit card was used at a local ATM. A man was also recorded on surveillance video at a casino trying to use the debit card. There was a woman with him at the time.

Police have released photos of the man and woman, hoping someone will recognize them. The two were seen driving away in an older model, full-size Chevy pickup that was red and tan in color.

Anyone with information about the case is asked to call Enid Crime Stoppers at (580) 233-6233. You can also text a tip to 274637. Be sure to put "Enid" in the subject field.

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