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Police Interrupt Crime-Spree Suspects During Attempted Robbery In NW OKC

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Nicco Price and Britney Hamilton Nicco Price and Britney Hamilton
Police arrest a woman suspected of driving the getaway car during four armed robberies in northwest Oklahoma City. Police arrest a woman suspected of driving the getaway car during four armed robberies in northwest Oklahoma City.
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Oklahoma City Police have released the names of two people accused of robbing at least five people at gunpoint early Wednesday morning near N.W. 36th Street and Meridian.

The crimes happened around 3 a.m. in northwest Oklahoma City. No one was hurt.

Police blocked off several streets and launched a search for the suspects. Officers located what they called a "suspicious looking" car near an ATM in the area. Police attempted to pull over the vehicle, but the man and woman inside jumped out and ran.

Police caught the two just a few minutes later in a nearby neighborhood. They arrested 24-year-old Nicco Price and 27-year-old Britney Hamilton.

Police later determined they'd actually interrupted Price and Hamilton in the middle of possible kidnapping and robbery.

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