Nichols Hills Police Investigating Recent Burglaries, Two Women Sought
NICHOLS HILLS, Oklahoma - Police in Nichols Hills are looking for two women after three home burglaries and a car theft.
Thursday evening, a woman came home to learn her house was broken into, her car stolen and used in a burglary.
In the surveillance video, a little after 12:30 a.m. Wednesday, a woman, who police have identified as Christie Parsons, is seen walking inside an area CVS pharmacy on her cell phone.
Minutes later she appears to be patiently waiting at the register attempting to fill a prescription. Police say Parsons and her accomplice, who walked in the store together, are only "persons of interest" at this time. But, police have yet to reveal what led them to the women.
"They're somehow connected to this vehicle," said Det. Casey Nix, with Nichols Hills Police. "We're not sure how, we'd just like to talk to them."
Nichols Hills Police were contacted by Norman Police asking if they could check out the home in the 1800 block of Dorchester Place. Norman police say the stolen car, connected to the address was used in another burglary.
"Officers arrived and learned that the home has actually been burglarized here in Nichols Hills, and the homeowner's vehicle was stolen," said Nix.
Police were able to get in touch with a sister of the homeowner, that's when police learned she wasn't even in town.
Police are still processing the stolen car that was found. They say there have been two other residential burglaries in Nichols Hills since the first of the year.
If you recognize the women in the surveillance video, or have any information, you're asked to call police.