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Police: Thieves Caught On Tape Breaking Into SW OKC Home

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Video shows one man kicking the front door of the home four times before the door gave way. Video shows one man kicking the front door of the home four times before the door gave way.
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Three men are wanted on burglary complaints after video shows them breaking into a Southwest Oklahoma City home.

The family is out several computers and a couple hundred dollars in cash, according to police. Video shows one man kicking the front door of the home four times before the door gave way. The house is located near S.W. 59th and Western in Oklahoma City.

Three men were in and out of the house in less than two minutes. Police were never called until the family returned home.

"They should get a job and earn their own money and buy their own things rather than steal from other people," homeowner Brian Smith told News 9.

Smith, who has young children, says he is thankful his family was not home during break-in. The Smiths say they have been victimized by thieves in the past. Now, Smith says, he is planning on adding additional security upgrades to the home.

If you recognize the suspects, call Crime Stoppers at (405)-235-7300.

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