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Oklahoma County Deputies Look For 'Cat Hats' Burglars

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We showed Gesche the ridiculous video of the women trying on cat hats. Gesche says she could understand if the burglars needed the money, but no one needs those hats. We showed Gesche the ridiculous video of the women trying on cat hats. Gesche says she could understand if the burglars needed the money, but no one needs those hats.
OKLAHOMA COUNTY, Oklahoma -

The Oklahoma County Sheriff is searching for burglars with an interesting fashion sense. The women are accused of using a stolen credit card while trying on "cat hats."

A Wal-Mart in Midwest City is one of the places the stolen credit cards were used. The other is a gas station in Choctaw with some must-see surveillance video.

These two women had no clue they were posing for the camera as they modeled crazy hats styled after cats.

They were shopping at the Pilot Truck Stop near I-40 and Choctaw Road, and the Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office says some of the money they're using came from a 10-year-old.

Lillian Gesche's birthday money was inside her mom's purse in the family van when someone broke into it November 3.

Krista Gesche's credit card, debit card, checkbook and $250 cash for Lillian were all stolen.

The burglars spent nearly $500 on the stolen debit and credit cards.

The red-haired woman from the gas station was also seen at the Wal-Mart in Midwest City using the credit card with a man wearing a green baseball hat.

We showed Gesche the ridiculous video of the women trying on cat hats. Gesche says she could understand if the burglars needed the money, but no one needs those hats.

If you recognize the suspects or know anything about the burglary, call (405)-713-1017.

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